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A Conversation about The Flint Water Crisis: The Impact of Environmental Racism on Children and Families and How Art Plays a Role in Advocating for Action
Flint, poisonous water, environmental racism, equity in early childhood systems …it’s all connected.

LaToya Ruby Frazier is a visual artist, MacArthur Foundation Genius Grant winner, and activist who spent five months in Flint documenting the impact of the water crisis on Flint families for her award-winning photo essay Flint is Family. Denise Smith is the Implementation Director for Hope Starts Here in Detroit, MI and the former Executive Director of Educare-Flint.

Against the backdrop of Ms. Frazier’s moving photography, the two leaders will share what they have learned about the devastating impact of environmental racism on children and families and how they have both made it their mission to be part of the solution.

Jun 13, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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