Host Stephen Henderson speaks with media consultant Karen Dumas about Flint’s water supply, the Democratic presidential debate, and the Detroit school board.
Flint: Dumas believes that the switch back to Detroit’s water supply was a long time coming for Flint. “There’s that lapse of time in terms of when they transferred [to Flint’s] systems to everybody saying ‘our water is tainted, our water is brown’,” Dumas says.
Democrats: Stephen thinks that Bernie Sanders’ “Damn emails” comment may be a turning point in the Democratic presidential race. Stephen says, “Seeing one candidate give their opponent that kind of break suggests that it’s not as much of a competition.”
School Board: Dumas believes the people of Detroit need to elect better school board members if they want to see change. “If we keep electing the same [ineffective] people…we’re gonna continue to get the same lackluster results.” Dumas says.
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