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D.L. Hughley on Mississippi Says “The Browner the Skin, The Browner the Water” (videos)

DL Hughley talks about Jackson, Mississippi, and the water problem. He talks about water being public but controlled by private entities and how racism plays a huge role in unsafe and unclean drinking water for black residents.

He says it’s unfortunate that people don’t have a right to clean water and that people have been boiling water in Jackson for quite some time because they are aware the water is not safe. He talks about doing a gig there some time again and seeing the residents boil water.


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