The Catastrophe

In 2014, while the city was under the control of a state appointment emergency manager, the city switched its water source from Lake Huron to the Flint River. The city saw a sharp increase in lead levels that were well above the EPA’s standards of safety, exposing the city’s 9,000 children to water that was classified as toxic waste.

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Hip-Hop 4 Flint will gather local, national, and international hip-hop artists, journalists, activists, educators and supporters to raise funds to purchase water filtration systems for the homes of the residents of Flint, MI. This event is being led by YoNasDa Lonewolf, emcee, published writer, and activist who focuses her work on human rights, indigenous rights, and social justice.

Water Filtration System

To help address the situation, the Hip-Hop 4 Flint coalition will host a global fundraising event on March 19, 2016, to raise funds to purchase home water filtration systems for residents that will filter both lead and bacteria throughout the entire home, making the water safe for both consumption and washing. Delivering clean water to as many homes as possible is the goal.

The city of Flint, MI is home to 100,000 residents, of which
40% are living in poverty, with an average income of $25,000.


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People Affected
Kids Harmed
Homes Affected
Pipes Need Fixing

Help Flint Get Clean Water

The strength that Hip-Hop encompasses around the world will bring together the community like no other, because Hip-Hop is UNIVERSAL! If you would like to organize your city for this historic event, please email National Convener YoNasDa Lonewolf

Prince of Peace Church 1417 Stevenson St. Flint, MI. 48504 Attention: HipHop4Flint

Make checks payable to:
Prince of Peace Church/HipHop4Flint


via this form.