A video recording of last month’s live webcast titled “Led Contamination Beyond Flint: Drinking Water and Children’s Health,” is now available online. Hosted by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s Forum and the Huffington Post, this open forum engaged several public health experts in a discussion on safekeeping American water supplies. Featured speakers highlighted several key issues including the links between lead poisoning and social determinants of health, the impacts of Flint’s ongoing water contamination crisis, and implications of future budget cuts to the EPA on drinking water regulations. Click to view the full video of the one-hour webcast.