What the Eyes Don't See

Institute History

  • 2018 Sloan Science-in-Film Initiative Commissioning Grant


A true story of how Iraqi American pediatrician and scientist Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha blew the whistle on local and state government officials for poisoning thousands of Flint, Michigan residents, especially children, by exposing them to disastrous levels of toxic lead in the water.


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