The BBC World Service Radio’s Weekend programme interview on the about the documentary film ‘Thirst For Justice’, nominated at Raindance Film Festival for Best Documentary Feature and Best UK Feature. You might think America is free, but at its heart is a great injustice. Access to clean water is being segregated. Armed only with facts and their illnesses, extraordinary citizens take on industry and government, risking arrest to protect water. From Flint to the Navajo Nation, via Standing Rock, ‘Thirst For Justice’ tells their story.
16 July 2020