On one thing all are agreed: the Flint Water Crisis would not have happened without a fateful encounter between corrosive water and lead pipes. Everything else, however, is up for debate. Was the Flint River treatable to begin with? Who made the key decisions that led to the crisis? Was Flint the victim of a technical blunder or an insidious political agenda? In this presentation, Dr. Ben Pauli argues that correcting the injustice in Flint depends not just on getting the lead out but on explaining how it got in.