Flint marchers lead the way for city’s youth

An important day in American history is being used to showcase the water troubles in Flint.

People gathered across the country to commemorate the Selma to Montgomery voting rights march Sunday, including people right here in mid-Michigan.

One group gathered at Flint City Hall.

They marched in solidarity to bring attention to the injustices of the Flint water crisis.

Organizers say they want to lead to way for the younger generation.

Among the marchers, state representative Sheldon Neeley and congressman Dan Kildee.

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