UN poverty official touring Alabama's Black Belt: 'I haven't seen this' in the First World
Aaron Thigpen, a Fort Deposit activist, shows UN Special Rapporteur Philip Alston a place in Lowndes County where two homes discharge raw sewage into an open-air pool via exposed PVC pipes. One home's water line runs right through the fetid area.
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