Natasha Marin interviewed me for #WaterStories, an independent project by conceptual artist and community organizer, Natasha Marin.
Inspired by the work of the Town Creek Foundation, this series seeks to demonstrate that being connected to and concerned about the water near your home is a human instinct.
In the wake of the Flint, MI disaster, the California droughts, and the historically poor water quality on First Nations reservations throughout America, now is the time to raise our voices about water and our overall wellness.
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Good to see you haven’t lost your touch, Alan.