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What Lies Upstream

Free Film + Panel Discussion
Thursday, October 3, 2019
6:00-8:00 PM
Off Campus Location
Is our water safe to drink? Can we trust the agencies whose job it is to monitor water safety? This film documents a major chemical spill poisoning the drinking water in West Virginia, addresses the recent Flint Water Crisis, and investigates the agencies responsible for water safety oversight. Our panel will also address drinking water safety concerns in Ann Arbor and elsewhere in Michigan due to the presence of PFAS.

Charlotte Jameson, Director Energy Policy and Legislative Affairs, Michigan Environmental Council

Gillian Zaharias Miller, Ph.D. Senior Scientist, Ecology Center

Benjamin Pauli, Asst. Professor Social Sciences, Kettering U.; Author of "Flint Fights Back"

This event is free and co-sponsored by U-M Michigan Community Scholars Program and the Ann Arbor District Library. Contact Michigan Community Scholars Program with questions at
Building: Off Campus Location
Location: Ann Arbor District Library, 343 S. 5th Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI
Event Type: Film Screening
Tags: Discussion, Environment, film, free, Public Health
Source: Happening @ Michigan from Michigan Community Scholars Program