Residents distribute cases of water at Grove Park Community Center in Jackson, Mississippi, on September 3, 2022. - Jackson is enduring days without clean running water, with authorities urging those who still had supplies to shower with their mouths closed. The city, where 80 percent of the population is Black and poverty is rife, has been experiencing recurring water crises for years. But this week's ordeal plunged Jackson into an emergency, with days of major flooding disrupting the operation of a critical but aging water treatment plant. (Photo by SETH HERALD / AFP) (Photo by SETH HERALD/AFP via Getty Images)

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