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Public Health Is at Stake When You Cut Off People Who Can’t Pay for Water

by: Alice Jennings, an attorney at Edwards & Jennings, P.C. representing Detroit citizens who have had their water shut off. The United States needs a national water affordability law. Such legislation would require each state to have its own statute protecting access to water for low-income people and those below poverty level. To understand why suchContinue reading Public Health Is at Stake When You Cut Off People Who Can’t Pay for Water

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Film Screening: The Raising of America – health equity and childhood

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 @ 6:00pm We invite to you to participate in a community dialogue to design actions that address health inequities in our communities. This documentary interweaves the latest discoveries from neuroscience with the stories of families and communities struggling to provide the nurturing environments all babies and young children need to thrive–whileContinue reading Film Screening: The Raising of America – health equity and childhood