Michael Santiago (b. 1980) is a photojournalist based in Brooklyn, NY. Michael received his B.F.A. at San Francisco Art Institute and a Master's degree from S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse...
Honored to be one of this years recipient of the Yunghi Kim grant to help continue to work on my on my Black farmers project.
on The Center for Public Integrity
Tuesday, August 22, 2017
| Success Stories
| V. Feature
Crumbling pipes, tainted water plague black communities
This report is part of a project on drinking water contamination in the United States produced by the Carnegie-Knight News21 program. Deep in the winding mass of crumbling back streets in Campti, Leroy Hayes sets a glass of water from his faucet in a patch of sunlight on the railing of his porch and watches specks of sediment float to the top. Read full article, here.