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Baltimore, MD


Baltimore, MD

Food & Water Watch

WASHINGTON - Baltimore’s Department of Public Works could deny 25,000 households, or approximately 75,000 people, their human right to water. The city must stop residential shutoffs and turn the water back on to avoid a human rights and public health disaster.

“Baltimore is repeating Detroit’s mistakes by denying thousands of households access to essential water and sanitation services. Last year, Detroit’s aggressive water shutoff program prompted widespread protest, international media scrutiny and condemnation by the United Nations.


  1. Detroit.
  2. Baltimore