Stops are also set at Mission of Hope with Pastor Bobby Jackson, and St. Michael's Church to speak with community organizer Art Reyes about a volunteer canvas program educating vulnerable residents on the crisis.
"It's incumbent upon all of us to bear witness to the damage done in Flint and communities like it from environmental racism," he said. "This means addressing the underlying issues that allowed for the Flint Water Crisis to take place in the first place, and empowering the groups trying to build a long-term future for their city."
Jones, who also serves as a CNN political correspondent, said the Flint situation "goes against the very nature of American democracy to subject citizens to the mistreatment that the residents of Flint have borne the brunt of for years."
Jones and Truong are involved with Green For All, a national initiative that puts communities of color at the forefront of the climate movement and equity at the center of environmental solutions.
"The mission behind this bus tour, and Green For All, is to provide a megaphone for the community leaders and organizations working to address the crisis in Flint," said Truong. "We now need to turn the focus to the future of Flint, and what the community needs to sustainably and equitably rebuild itself into a prosperous city."
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