Here in America we hear talk of California’s drought, but they still get water. We hear of Flint, Michigan, but they still get brought clean water. All with difficulty of course, yet in other parts of the world, two million die each year from diseased water and a billion lack access to clean water. The reasons for this are numerous, warfare, chemical dumping, poor economy, the list continues. But what really hits home is when one begins talking about the privatization of water, a human right. Major businesses around the world are taking control of this resource in a very…

Lucien Rosenbloom

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