Building off last year’s successful discussion on “Between Earth and Sky: Climate Change on the Final Frontier“, the West and Mid-Michigan Chapter of the Fulbright Association is pleased to bring you another film discussion on a topic close to home.

On Tuesday, November 1, from 7:00-8:30 PM, we will be hosting a moderated Q&A with the makers of 2018’s “Nor Any Drop to Drink”, which covers the as-yet unresolved Flint Water Crisis of 2014.

We’ll have a tremendous panel of people involved in the production of the film and with close experience to the crisis joining us. This virtual event will be hosted on Zoom and co-moderated by chapter executive board members, David C. Weindorf and Ian Magnuson.

Panelists include:

  • Cedric Taylor, PhD, Film director and Visiting Associate Professor at the School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan
  • Dayne Walling, former Mayor of Flint
  • Ben Paulie, Flint resident, Associate Professor at Kettering University, and author of Flint Fights Back
  • Yanna Lambrinidou, medical ethnographer and affiliate faculty member in the Department of Science, Technology, Society at Virginia Tech
  • Leandra Brown, Flint resident featured in the film


Register here and mark your calendars!

Watch the film:

The film is graciously provided free to event attendees, viewable on Vimeo.

Note: We strongly encourage attendees to watch the film prior to the event.

Watch the trailer: