What is Undrinkable?
Undrinkable is a series covering the water crisis that occurred in Flint, Michigan. The first documentary, Undrinkable: The Flint Water Emergency, released on January 4th, 2016, covers the timeline from how the crisis began, and where it left off in December 2015. The second documentary, Undrinkable: The Crisis Continues, released on April 25th, 2016, continues where the first left off, and in addition goes in-depth on the crisis. From the struggle of living in the situation to federal and state responses, the second covers all of it.
Who made the Undrinkable series?
DTV News, Davison High School’s student-run television station. The students shot, wrote, edited, and produced both documentaries, with assistance from DTV advisor Randy Scott and assistant advisor Amy Parker.
How can I help Flint?
There’s many things you can do. Check here for a full list on what you can do for Flint.
Where can I buy a copy?
Both documentaries are available for purchase through PayForIt or you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. DVD’s are $15 each and all proceeds will go towards crisis relief efforts in Flint.\
How do I contact DTV?
If you have information or want to get in touch, you can contact us via email or phone.
P: (810) 591-3531 Ext. 1286