The History Of Jackson, Mississippi's Water Crisis
A water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi, came to head this winter when freezing storms wreaked havoc on the city’s crumbling infrastructure, leaving residents without running water for an entire month.
Here & Now‘s Tonya Mosley speaks with Dominika Parry, a climate scientist and founder of 2C Mississippi, and Nsombi Lambright, a Jackson native and executive director of One Voice.
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