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Blood:Water for The Tennessean: Accountability for Clean Water Starts at the Local Level

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Jake Smith, our executive director, recently shared his opinions on the water crisis Jackson, Miss. just experienced and how systemic breakdowns and lack of community involvement lead to these types of failures. 

Read more here about solutions and steps we can all take to ensure these situations don’t happen again. 

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