Water. The Earth is full of the H2O. How much of it can we really drink? Well, unless it's boiled, purified, and filtered, not much. Over the course of a hundred years, humans have polluted a number of perfectly clean bodies of water. The Pacific Ocean is a 'landfill', heaps of trash are everywhere. Pollution has also been a factor in creating 'dead spots' in the Atlantic Ocean.This is a huge problem even close to home. Our drinking water is being polluted on a daily basis. Can we trust the tap? Well, in some places, that answer would be no. Take rural northern Mexico, for example. A number of my own relatives had come down with parasites directly caused from drinking water that was unfit for human consumption. Waste water is not treated before it goes back out for use by the general population. It is also interesting to point out that bottled water is prevalently used in Latin America due to problems like these. Unfortunately, bottled water is yet another violation of human rights. Disease we all know is in water. Now is important to find ways in which we can have clean drinking water without having to pay a $1.50 at the grocery store. These are your human rights at stake. What ways will you find to excercise them? Drink up. It's your right!