In spite of the fact that it might appear as though the prevailing press has everything except disregarded the years-long water emergency in Flint, Michigan, Judge Greg Mathis has as of late demonstrated that it’s still at the forefront of his thoughts—and he’s making a major move to help.
It’s tragic and difficult to accept that more than five years after the fact, the city of Flint, Michigan still doesn’t have clean water, affecting the lives and wellbeing of more than 100,000 individuals. Luckily, the universally adored TV judge, Greg Mathis, as of late chose to do his part to guarantee that there are as yet those out there who need to help. As detailed by @Newsone_Official, Judge Mathis, who is a Detroit local, as of late gave 50,000 containers of water to Flint’s understudies.
Judge Mathis went without hesitation to address the continuous issue in the wake of finding the subjective impacts the defiled water has had on a few understudies inside the Flint educational system. The 50,000 jugs of water he gave will be dispersed to schools all through Flint right away. Furthermore, Judge Mathis has likewise collaborated with AquaTru to give nine water filtration frameworks to sanction schools in the city.
He further stressed that since government officials are seriously lacking in effort to rectify the problem, he is happy to step up and do what he believes is his responsibility. Judge Mathis also acknowledged that no parent should be put in a position to risk their child’s health due to the lack of accessibility to clean water.
While commenting on the situation, he stated:
“It’s difficult to win the confidence of the citizens that you have allowed to be harmed. If you wouldn’t risk it for your children, don’t ask these parents to risk it for theirs.”