Melissa Denizard: The Flint Water Crisis

Thursday, February 16, 11:10 AM-12:45 PM | Online

Online via Zoom

Melly (aka Melissa Denizard) is a 23-year-old cultural worker, activist, and organizer bridging public speaking, music, and visual art to illustrate Black Feminist Queer futures. Denizard will share what she learned while filming the documentary “How to Celebrate Thanksgiving without Clean Water,” which captures the experiences of citizens and community leaders in Flint, Michigan as they navigate the Thanksgiving holiday during an ongoing water crisis. She will also discuss what it means for Black folks, and other people of color, to be involved in the environmental justice movement.

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