AmericaSpeaks TheVoiceOfJoyce Mississippi politics, partly to blame for water inequality in Jackson, Mississippi, the Capital. Jackson’s wealthier white population left, leaving African Americans to struggle for basic living needs, water. They’re not alone, from the Mississippi to the Colorado, a debate and cooperation among all stakeholders must convene to create an equitable distribution of water resources. In Mississippi, the problem may be only the old pipes and no expenditure on upgrading this city. However, in the West and Southwest, the crises is more about wasteful usage and grabbing water for big agriculture, while citizen wells run dry. Now is a time of reckoning for all. Don’t you think it’s time to collaborate on a Policies to maintain what little resources we have, in order to stop the desertification of the area and the inequality of water distribution? Everyone is entitled to water! When will responsible conservation begin?

Leave a Reply