- Associated Press - Monday, April 11, 2016

FLINT, Mich. (AP) - A series of short documentary videos and radio segments is exploring how Flint residents are dealing with the city’s lead-tainted water crisis.

The stories titled “Faces of Flint” were produced and reported by Michigan State University College of Communication Arts and Sciences students and two recent graduates.

The team was headed by radio producer April Van Buren, television producer Nicole Zaremba and School of Journalism associate professor Geri Alumit Zeldes.

In a statement, Zaremba says they’re “providing is a snapshot of how people in Flint are feeling as they hit year two of the water crisis.” Zaremba is a Flint native.

The series debuts Monday on Michigan State University’s WKAR radio and TV. Details are posted on the website for WKAR.



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Online:

https://wkar.org/programs/faces-flint

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