Video still from TruthSec Anons, "A Messeage To Gov. Richard Dale Synder" (2016).

A Bibliography for Teaching Flint

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Piping as poison: the Flint water crisis and America’s toxic infrastructure

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Visually Representing Slow Disasters

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New report on Race, Poverty, and Chemical Disasters

Photo by Staten Isand Advance/Steve White. January 4, 2013.

Commissioner of NYC’s Department of Sanitation on Hurricane Sandy

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Waste-Wilderness: A Conversation between Peter Galison and Smudge Studio

Light planes and vehicles sit among the debris after they were swept by a tsunami that struck Sendai airport in northern Japan on Friday March 11, 2011. Image by By Kansan Staff.

Where Are We Now? Tsunami Debris Three Years Later

From the "Remnants After the Storm" series by Wyatt Gallery. http://www.wyattgallery.com

The visual culture of post-disaster high water marks

People wait on line to collect food and water at a distribution point in Coney Island in the wake of Hurricane Sandy on November 3, 2012. Mario Tama/Getty Images

Hoarding Discourse in the Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

A sanitation worker teams up with members of the National Guard to clear debris in the Midland Beach section of Staten Island. (Amy Pearl/WNYC)

Sanitation Workers: Hurricane Sandy’s First Responders