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April 10, 2019

Panel Will Be Streamed on Facebook

WHAT:

The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan with the Natural Resources Defense Council will host a Facebook Live panel discussion followed by Q&A for Flint residents and the press to share an update regarding the enforcement of the legal settlement in Concerned Pastors for Social Action v. Khouri, to remove Flint’s lead pipes.

Our panel of case experts, attorneys, and clients will discuss the current state of the landmark legal settlement in the case, directing the City of Flint to use a data-driven approach to replacing the remaining lead pipes delivering water to residents’ homes.

WHO:

  • Dimple Chaudhary, Attorney, NRDC
  • Sarah Tallman, Attorney, NRDC
  • Michael J. Steinberg, Legal Director, ACLU
  • Melissa Mays, Plaintiff, Flint resident
  • Pastor Allen C. Overton, Plaintiff, Concerned Pastors for Social Action
  • Dr. Eric Schwartz, University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business Professor, co-developed statistical model guiding the City’s selection of home service line excavations

WHEN:
Thursday, April 11, 2019, 1 p.m.

WHERE:
ACLU Detroit office: 2966 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, 48201

FACEBOOK LIVE INFORMATION:
Livestream: www.facebook.com/ACLUofMichigan/videos/415365582373610

Event: www.facebook.com/events/660255461075536

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