“When President Obama took a sip of Flint’s water in early may, many assumed the city’s two-year crisis was over. But photographer and MacArthur Fellowship recipient LaToya Ruby Frazier has a different story to tell. Frazier spent five months with three generations of Flint women who both suffer and insistently thrive amid the worst man-made environmental catastrophe in recent national memory.”
– Mattie Kahn, Elle.com
Five-part story on Elle.com with photographs and a short film by LaToya Ruby Frazier.