Residents who live in the city of Flint will have the opportunity to share their opinions -- including praise or frustration -- for the way the years-long Flint Water Crisis is being handled.

National Public Radio will bring a crew from their StoryCorps division to Flint on August 6th. Residents will be able to record their stories, experiences, and opinions for possible inclusion in a future nationwide broadcast. The mobile studio will be stationed at the Flint Institue of Arts.

Darwensi Clark, who oversees the mobile tour, says it's an opportunity for residents to share what they've lived through with a national audience.

“We’re not ... looking for an angle (on) a specific social issue or public policy we’re trying to lift up,” Clark tells Mlive. “We want to hear what individuals see woven into the city of Flint and their own lives.”

Those interested can register with StoryCorps at this website. Registration begins on July 23rd.

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