Filmmaker-provocateur Michael Moore hasn’t lost his bite, and his latest big-screen outing deserves a close look.
Just in time for the 2018 midterms, the filmmaker’s self-selecting audiences are treated to another serving of his docu-tainment, which makes some strong points—but too many leaps.
He's unlikely to face criminal charges for the Flint contamination crisis, and he might not suffer from any of the pending lawsuits. Even so, the future could bring a certain kind of justice.
In this week's episode of teleSUR’s "Days of Revolt," Chris Hedges and two Detroit activists, Darryl "Waistline" Mitchell and Roshaun Harris, trace Detroit's socio-economic apocalypse, which has taken forms specific to that city but also mirrors other communities around the country.
Perhaps it is inevitable, but it is a shame that some people are gaming out how to profit politically from the lead poisoning of the children of Flint, Mich.