Saving Juliette is a short investigative documentary from filmmakers Evey Wilson Wetherbee of the Mercer University Center for Collaborative Journalism and GPB’s own Grant Blankenship. The documentary tells the story of a small Georgia town’s struggle to find answers when residents find that their drinking water is contaminated with coal ash from the largest coal-fired power plant in the country.
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