Poetry Book #WaterINJUSTICE shares how the Flint Water Crisis, racist policies, privatization of The Detroit Water System, gentrification, and capitalist have poisoned a majority
black city in America.
Through literature, I have written poems of truth that will inspire, motivate, and bring awareness to travesty. No other book speaks facts like poetry book #WaterINJUSTICE.
Genocide experiments might seem new but experiments on black people, such as the Tuskegee Experiment have resurfaced with the Flint Water Crisis. Flint has experienced lead poisoning and deaths by legionnaires disease.
Currently, cities nation wide are seeing outbreaks of Hepatitis-A, which usually spread by eating food or drinking WATER contaminated with infected feces. It’s important our communities are aware of water injustices because today it’s Flint, tomorrow it could be everybody. Water is a Human Right!
In 2017, I completed documentary short titled #WaterINJUSTICE. My goal for 2020 is to turn my short film into a feature documentary and with your financial contribution my goal will be complete.
Your energy to do more and help push the narrative that all human beings deserve clean water has brought you to my website and together we can make a difference. Investors $50 or more will be invited to a private viewing Winter 2020.
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“It is always a joy to see rage used to its proper tone. Nzinga is upset that folks have water to waste while others cannot drink it. Poetry is supposed to teach us something and #WaterINJUSTICE does. Good for the strength of this young lady.”
-Nikki Giovanni, Poet
"Thank you, Nzinga, for living up to the legacy of your namesake, the great African Warrior Queen! Your poems express a proud spirit of resistance to the madness of U.S. popular culture that keeps our people distracted from our true interests. You urge us to turn our attention to the critical needs of our people. In this collection, the right to clean, affordable water is a central theme. Thank you for keeping the children foremost, for greeting everyone with the profound questions, "How are the children? Are they loved, fed, protected...?" Everyone will be inspired by the sincere passion of these poems."
-Gloria House, Ph.D. Poet, Senior Editor
Broadside Lotus Press, Professor Emerita, University of Michigan-Dearborn
Poem 1 WHO? from upcoming Poetry Album "For The Record" Black Forum Label Reloaded.
#WaterINJUSTICE documentary short film will be uploaded after book tour. You can view Arise News Detroit local activist interview below. Asante'
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