1.6 million Americans do not have access to basic running water. And millions more are exposed to contaminated tap water. DigDeep, a non-profit that builds clean water systems in underserved communities, wants to find out just how widespread America’s dirty water problem really is. Soledad O’Brien speaks with DigDeep founder George McGraw about the year-long research project.

 

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