‘ON THE GROUND’ SHOW FOR SEPTEMBER 16, 2022: Residents and Mayor of Jackson Speak Out on a History of Racism, Deadly Disinvestment, and Political Corruption that Created Water Crisis 

Residents of Jackson Mississippi spoke out this week at a national town hall sponsored by the Poor Peoples campaign.The failed infrastructure of the capital of Mississippi is a long-standing problem rooted in the history of racism in the state, and in the lack of national investment in infrastructure for water as a human right. With the Rev. William Barber, Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba, Rukia Lumumba, journalist Roland Martin and more.

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Photo credit: Human Rights Watch

Links: Mississippi Rapid Response Coalition