In the midst of ongoing discussions and protests against police brutality across the country, many supporters and activists were also asking, “whatever happened to Flint, Michigan?” Months after President Barack Obama took a sip of water in the majority-black city, signaling the end of the water crisis, residents are still suffering and fighting.
Fine art photographer and MacArthur Genius Grant winner LaToya Ruby Frazier spent five months with three generations of women living in Flint, Michigan. She documented their lives in a series of images and a short film for ELLE Magazine.
In the accompanying interviews, the women describe, in their own words, how they continue to live and work in a city affected by one of the largest scale manmade disasters in U.S. history.
Watch the short film, below.
Read more at ELLE.