The union for pubic assistance recipients and low income people
On the ground canvasing, fact-finding, data gathering and water rights hotline.
A coalition of local, national and international organizations in Detroit united for water as a human right.
Advocates for public policies that address root causes of poverty, currently involved in litigation and legislative reform around Michigan’s access to safe, affordable water.
Offers know-your-rights trainings and legal observers for civil disobedience and protests, supports legal and legislative action around water rights, and represents individuals who have been prosecuted for “illegal hookups” to water.
Grassroots organization that empowers Detroiters in issues around environmental justice.
An organization established to respond to issues around democratic control and emergency management in Michigan.
A legal advocacy group whose mission is to advance public trust solutions to save the Great Lakes. The organization specializes in research and authors white papers.
The Michigan branch of the American Civil Liberties Union which supports investigative journalism and legislative action around water in Michigan.
Reliable, on the ground information about water around the world.
Economist and Lawyer who authored an extensive water affordability plan for Detroit.
A Washington DC-based NGO that focuses on corporate and government accountability related to food, water and fishing.
A national coalition of organizations working to pass legislation for safe, affordable water.