Maybe Detroit Will Start Charging for Air

Water Is Everywhere, But the City Is Turning Off Tap After Tap

London Hatchett holds a freshly caught live fish.  Detroit MI, 2015

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California has water problems, but they pale in comparison to those of Detroit, where tens of thousands of residents have had their water shut off—not because of drought, but because of non-payment. More than 20,000 additional people could see their taps run dry beginning May 26. This video by Detroit-based photographer Karah Shaffer is part of Zócalo’s weeklong series on that city’s water emergency.

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