FLINT, Mich. (AP) – A series of short documentary videos and radio segments is exploring how Flint residents are dealing with the city’s lead-tainted water crisis.

The stories titled “Faces of Flint” were produced and reported by Michigan State University College of Communication Arts and Sciences students and two recent graduates.

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The team was headed by radio producer April Van Buren, television producer Nicole Zaremba and School of Journalism associate professor Geri Alumit Zeldes.

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In a statement, Zaremba says they’re “providing is a snapshot of how people in Flint are feeling as they hit year two of the water crisis.” Zaremba is a Flint native.

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The series debuts Monday on Michigan State University’s WKAR radio and TV. Details are posted on the website for WKAR.