Last part of a series on environmental justice issues in the Great Lakes region.
At the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve, about 10 men are gathered in a classroom in the Haudenosaunee community center. The older men are teaching about traditions – on this day, a funeral ritual. But soon, Leroy Hill shifts the conversation to a new topic: water.
“Is there anybody here who don’t have to either buy water or get it hauled?” Hill asks.