#RememberFlint 6 Years Later: Keep the Narrative Alive

Apr 25, 2020 | BM4F Spotlights, Events, Uncategorized, Young, Gifted & Green Blog Series | 0 comments

LaTricea D. Adams

On April 25, 2014, a completely dehumanizing decision was made by former Governor Rick Snyder to switch from the Detroit Water System to the Flint River creating one of the most lethal man-made crises in American History. Fast forward to 2020, 6 years later, not a single individual involved in this act of genocide has been held accountable for the poisoning of an entire city. To put this in perspective, or to “make it plain” as our elders say, The kindergartners in Flint that started this 2019-20 academic school year have not lived a single year of life without the threat of unclean drinking water. Their first year of their educational journey has now also been brought to a halt due to COVID-19.

Special thanks to the young people from across the country who have joined together in unity with Black Millennials 4 Flint to urge the nation to #RememberFlint:

#RememberFlint Social Media Campaign

Join our #RememberFlint social media campaign through your various networks and platforms by doing these 5 simple things:

  1. Record yourself giving a short message sending your love to our Flint Family.
  2. Tag us on Instagram at @blackmillennials4Flint, @BM4Flint on Twitter and Black Millennials 4 Flint on Facebook.
  3. Include the following hashtags: #RememberFlint #BM4F #FlintWaterCrisis #LeadFreeUSA
  4. Add the following link: bit.ly/rememberflint6
  5. Add numbers 1-4 and tag your followers


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