Reflections on 3 years of Title Track
In our final episode of 2022, we bring you a compelling conversation with Denise Keele, Executive Director of the Michigan Climate Action Network. Tune in to learn more about how Michigan Climate Action Network connects and amplifies individuals, communities, and organizations confronting the climate crisis in Michigan!
We at Title Track are very proud of the work that we have done in 2022. We extend a warm invitation for you to be a part of this work by including us in your end of year giving plans as well. Happy holidays, and keep up the quest in 2023.
Thank you for being a part of this community. With your support, we can carry this momentum forward. Plus, watch Seth Bernard's Giving Tuesday concert!
Tune in starting November 22 to hear inspiring stories and insights from compelling activists and leaders from across the state.
We honor and celebrate the lives and contributions of Indigenous Peoples today and every day. Take a read, expand your knowledge, be the change.
October programs include Water Protector's Training Camp and Understanding Racial Justice. Join us! Help us spread the word! Keep up the good work!!
The Title Track family had an incredible time at this year’s Earthwork Harvest Gathering! Our minds were blown and hearts filled up by the abundance of creativity and brilliance that shined brightly all weekend long.
Title Track is thrilled to announce Water Protector's Training Camp, a new program that will provide youth with the opportunity to connect with professional artists and activists as they explore a commitment to being a Water Protector. The first offering of this program occurred at the 2022 Earthwork Harvest Gathering and the next session will be offered in 2023, details TBA.
RE:CLAIM is an arts-based, multi-disciplinary take-over of the Washtenaw County Court Building in September and October 2022. Title Track serves as a collaborating partner in this collective of artists, advocates, and movement builders seeking to honor the complexity and diversity of the community impact of the criminal legal system.
Members of the Title Track team are a part of organizing Camp Pipe Out, planned for this upcoming Labor Day weekend, which exists to support and expand on existing actions focused on shutting down Line 5, including the Water is Life Festival and the Pipe-Out Paddle-Out.