By Amy Hybels
It’ll happen just days before the election day. It’s not the first time he’s been to Flint.
“Judge Mathis “, as he’s known from television, came to Flint in January of 2016 to help answer people’s legal questions.
The judge now wants to bring bottled water to Flint, and hold a rally at Quin Chapel AME, where he spoke in the last time he was here.
As someone who has devoted his adult life to public service, Mathis feels this is something he should do.
“We have a compassion,” he said, “for people and for others, and we have an obligation and a responsibility to exercise our leadership in a way that supports others.”
When asked if he believes access to clean water is a human right, he replied,”It’s a human right because we cannot survive without it.”