Flint Water Crisis

Flint Water Crisis

By Lucas Bell & Gigi Saadeldin When the average American opens their tap, the water which comes out can be described as clean, refreshing, or clear; ever since April of 2014, the water in Flint has been anything but. The first thing citizens of Flint noticed was the color, ranging from blues to brown. The second thing they noticed was the pungent odor. In the mid 1980s, Flint fell into a deep economic depression after the closing of a General Motors plant, still affecting the city’s population today. In an…