One on One with Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, Author, “What The Eyes Don’t See”

    We take it for granted. We turn on the faucet and enjoy clean, cool water. That wasn’t happening in Flint, Michigan in 2016. Residents noticed their water was dark yellow with a foul taste and smell. Worse yet, high levels of lead were found in blood of many of Flint’s children, revealed through research conducted by Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha. The pediatrician and activist along with others helped expose greed and corruption at the highest levels which ruled over public health and safety. Dr. Mona recounts her journey to finding answers, along with a history of how a once booming city fell into disrepair, in her best-selling book, “What the Eyes Don’t See.”

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