Protestors demonstrate their frustrations with Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and demand his arrest in a march from Hutchins Hall to the Diag on Tuesday.

Nearly 100 protesters gathered outside Hutchins Hall and marched to the Diag on Tuesday afternoon, calling to recall Gov. Rick Snyder (R) in light of the Flint water crisis. The protesters marched across campus shouting multiple chants including “Flint Lives Matter” and “Black Lives Matter.”

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette issued a warning to Flintwater.com, a website advertised as a charity raising money to aid the Flint water crisis, for potential charitable solicitation violations on Thursday.

Justin Idleburg of St. Louis unloads donations of water at a "water tailgate" outside Flint City Hall on Saturday. Drivers could pull over to the side of the road and volunteers would load their backseats or trunks with cases and jugs of water.

Members of the University community gathered at the University’s Flint campus Saturday morning for the inaugural Tri-Campus Community Engagement Summit, where students from the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint communities came together to explore issues including rights of campus workers, community organizing, body image and refugee support.