Jackson Water Crisis
Mississippi department exec Christopher Wells argued that racism did not play a factor in the slow response to Jackson's water crisis.
Jackson mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba declared a local state of emergency due to the city’s low to no water pressure in certain areas.
The Mississippi Poor People’s Campaign released a statement this week regarding DOJ's decision to intervene in the Jackson water crisis.
DOJ filed a proposal in federal court that will try and stabilize the city of Jackson, Mississippi’s public drinking water system.
A Mississipi-wide rapid response coalition focuses on centering community needs and building a path forward after harsh storms left many Jackson residents without water.
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