...And Water For All A documentary about water affordability in Ohio
"...And Water for All" is my first feature-length film, which I wrote, produced, and directed. It was released on March 22nd, 2022 (World Water Day) and it's available for free in YouTube (see link below).
The documentary deals with the topic of water affordability in Ohio. Building and maintaining the physical infrastructure to deliver high-quality, affordable water to Ohio’s citizens is a costly endeavor, and how to pay for these important investments can lead to heightened levels of social and political conflict. The documentary examines the challenges that governmental and nongovernmental actors will face to secure access to clean, affordable water in the coming decades.
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Scroll down for resources about water affordability that can be used to learn more about the topics covered in the movie.
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These are links to the organizations and individuals featured in this documentary:
The Junction Coalition is a neighborhood organization in Toledo. Its work is based on the four pillars of economic justice, environmental justice, social justice, and peace education.
The Regional Community Action Partnership (RCAP) works with rural communities across America and provides them with technical assistance on drinking water and wastewater projects. In the Great Lakes Region, their program is operated by the Great Lakes Community Action Partnership in Ohio and six other states. Visit glcap.org/rcap to learn more.