Faces of Flint

Credit WKAR-MSU

What is day-to-day life like in a U.S. city where the water supply is not safe for drinking, bathing, or cooking? How are residents of Flint, Michigan -- black, white, Hispanic, rich, middle class and poor -- coping through the crisis? How are they striving to ensure the best possible future for their children?

Hear and View the Stories Here

About Faces of Flint

On the Air April 11-15, 2016

Radio features air as daily segments on "Current State with Mark Bashore." "Current State" airs weekdays at 9a-10a and 6pm-7pm on 90.5 FM and noon on AM870.

Documentary video shorts air daily immediately following "PBS NewsHour" and ahead of primetime programming, approximately 7:57 p.m. on WKAR-TV.

About The Project

"Faces of Flint" is a special collaborative project of WKAR and the College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University.

Work of the student journalists is funded in part by College of Communication Arts and Sciences, School of Journalism, Knight Center for Environmental Journalism, MSU Office of Outreach and Engagement and MSU Alumni Association.

News Release: 'Faces of Flint' examines day-to-day life during water crisis
MSU Today: 'Faces of Flint' looks at daily lives of those affected by water crisis