Salud Talks Podcast Episode Four: “Drinking Problems”


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Is the water coming from your tap safe?

Research shows that millions of Americans face harmful exposure every day — from chemicals in public water.

Patty Lovera, assistant director of Food and Water Watch, and Michelle O’Leary, member of the New York Water Project, join Salud Talks to discuss toxic substances in municipal water supplies. STE4 Twitter Graphic 2

Check out this discussion on the #SaludTalks Podcast, Episode Four, “Drinking Problems”!

In this episode, we explored questions such as:

  • Why is our water contaminated, and what chemicals are most harmful?
  • Who bears responsibility for this widespread corruption?
  • How can people take action for clean water?

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Editor’s note: Photo of Michele O’Leary (in the graphic) by Peter Crabtree

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