Reality TV personality Phaedra Parks was in Flint, Michigan doing her part to help during the manmade water crisis.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star handed out water to residents of Flint, whose drinking water is contaminated with lead and other pollutants.
The 44-year-old attorney posted an Instagram photo of herself posing with other high powered attorneys including Benjamin Crump.
“When we work together there is synergy. We will not sit quietly and allow the government to poison families and children,” she wrote in the photo caption.
The crisis began shortly after the city of Flint switched its water source from Detroit's water system to the Flint River in April 2014.
Within months, residents began complaining of foul-smelling, discolored tap water. A pediatrician was ignored by city health officials when she reported treated children for lead poisoning.