(Lansing, MI)   --  The Michigan Civil Rights Commission will release its report on the civil rights implications of the Flint water crisis tomorrow afternoon.  The commission will hold a pair of pubic meetings at the Northbank Center in Flint.  The first will be at 2 p.m., followed with a second at 6 p.m..  Both are slated to last for at least two hours.  The commission held three public hearings and conducted site visits over the past year as part of its own investigation into the city's lead-tainted water problems.