"How do you expect anyone to pay for their own poison?"
That's the question Flint, Michigan, resident Keri Webber is asking while in Washington, D.C. Webber and other families affected by the Flint water crisis are at the nation's Capitol to demand answers and solutions from Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder (R), who is in town to testify before Congress on the crisis.
Webber isn't the only one asking Snyder tough questions. The MacIntyre family, Laura and her 10-year-old children Broghan and Iain, is also speaking out. Listen to them:
Iain is also an artist and has drawn some pretty hard-hitting pieces about Snyder and the crisis:
RT @FlintRising: More courtroom drawings from Flint youth. The kids get it. #FlintWaterCrisis pic.twitter.com/GmxnxMlEfB— AFL-CIO (@AFLCIO) March 17, 2016
Another Iain MacIntyre masterpiece! #FlintWaterCrisis #Flinthearing pic.twitter.com/FhH2VuegdP— nayyirah shariff (@nayyirahshariff) March 17, 2016
Bishop Bernadel Jefferson also made her voice heard:
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