Flint’s Toxic Water Crisis Devastating Results of a State Takeover (Sound Familiar?)

Flint_state_takeoverThe Flint’s water poisoning resulted from a state takeover. Overriding local democracy, state governments are imposing “emergency managers” with extraordinary powers from Flint, to Detroit, to Oakland and City College of SF. Corporations push elected officials to use these state takeovers to deal with now-disposable workers they no longer need, and to privatize valuable public assets like water and prime real estate.  Join the discussion on how to stop the Michigan Model of Toxic Neglect as it threatens to crush democracy in the Bay Area and elsewhere.

Wed. May 4th from 7PM-8:30PM
Multi-Use Building, Room 140
Ocean Campus City College, 50 Phelan Ave.
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