Caleb Mays, son of lead activist in Flint Melissa Mays, drinks a water bottle before the Flint Water Class Action Legal Team speaks to the Flint community during a meeting on April 26, 2015 at the Dort Federal Events Center in Flint, Michigan.
Flint resident Marla Garland shares her tragic experiences with the Flint water in her home on April 22, 2016 on the third floor of the Flint City Council building. Garland has two daughters. First symptoms of toxic water for her oldest daughter, Tiara, began when her hair started falling out. Her youngest daughter, Regina, broke out in a rash on her face and chest and began developing sores on her nose.
Flint resident and activist Melissa Mays, left, and Lulu Brezzell, right, mother of Mari Copeny, known as Little Miss Flint, sit in Lulu's kitchen on April 30, 2016 in Flint, Michigan. Both mothers have been active in the community trying to be a voice for Flint citizens.
Amariyanna "Mari" Copeny known as Little Miss Flint, 8, blows a dandelion in her front yard in Flint April 30, 2016. Mari wrote a letter to President Barack Obama to raise awareness for the public health crisis happening in Flint. The President responded and said he hopes to meet her in Flint next week on May, 4 2016.
A display of activist awards received by Flint resident and activist Melissa Mays on April 29, 2016 inside the Mays residence in Flint, Michigan.
Information regarding water credit and water bills Flint resident Marla Garland received in the mail from the Mayor's office on April 29, 2016 in the Garland residence in Flint, Michigan.
Flint resident Marla Garland holds hair she found in her bathtub on April 29, 2016 in the Garland residence in Flint, Michigan. Garland's daughters have been experiencing some hair loss due to the corrosiveness of the water.