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Today on Your Call: How do we challenge systemic water contamination?
On today's Your Call, we’ll talk about the documentary film Semper Fi: Always Faithful. It follows former US Marine Jerry Ensminger, whose daughter died of leukemia from water contamination at North Carolina’s Camp LeJeune. Ensminger says “When I first learned of the contamination issue, I had all the faith and confidence that the Marine Corps that I had served for nearly a quarter century would step up and do what was right by their people. But as time passed ..the realization came over me that not only were these organizations not going to do what was right by their people, they were engaged in doing the opposite.” So what would you do in his shoes? Join us at 10 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Have you or someone you known been exposed to a cancer cluster? It’s Your Call with Rose Aguilar and You.
Rachel Libert, director of Semper Fi: Always Faithful
Jerry Ensminger, is a former US Marine Corps whose daughter died of Leukemia resulting from water poisoned at North Carolina's Camp LeJeune.