A year ago today, Flint, Michigan’s mayor declared a state of emergency because of lead contaminated drinking water.
That attracted national outrage and sympathy, as well as millions of gallons of donated water.
But a year later, donations have slowed to a trickle and unfiltered water is still unsafe to drink.
From their hometown streets to the halls of the nation’s capital, Flint residents have spent 2016 demanding drinkable water.
But as the year nears its end little has really changed.