Entries by Title Track

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Episode 27 of State of Water

In our first episode of the new year, we feature a musical collaboration between Ben Traverse and Michael Dause called Shantyland, rooted in friendship, that honors the deep history of the Great Lakes while sharing a love of water that drives a conviction to act boldly in the present.

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Gratitude for 2021, looking forward to 2022.

Title Track continues to deepen our mission-driven work in collaboration with an ever-expanding network of partners. Our impact is growing. Do you share our vision for thriving communities that support Clean Water, Racial Equity, and Youth Empowerment? Join us as we take a look at some of our 2021 accomplishments and look forward to what’s ahead in 2022.

Rest

We invite you to read some of the Title Track team’s recommendations for slowing down and resting as we encourage our community members to prioritize checking in on your physical and mental health. We need YOU.

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Shared Leadership

Earlier this Fall, Jenny Jones sat down with fellow Title Track Co-Executive Directors Holly T. Bird, and Seth Bernard for a deep conversation at the Neahtawanta Inn on their roots with Title Track and their inspirations for continuing to engage in this meaningful work.

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Introducing Eminazhichiget

Title Track co-executive director Holly T. Bird shares a short introduction to the new series, Eminazhichiget, which translates to “person who does good things for others,” which will spotlight leaders within the Anishinaabek community.

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In conversation: Holly T. Bird

We celebrate all that Holly brings to our organization and the wider community and are pleased to share this powerful conversation between Holly and Seth Bernard. Holly shares her thoughts on protecting the waters, her involvement in resistance movements such as Standing Rock, how white folks can stand in solidarity with Indigenous people, and much more.

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Episode 26 of State of Water

In this inspiring interview, Seth Bernard sits down with Michigan Climate Action Network (MiCAN) Executive Director Kate Madigan and Engagement Director Jamie Simmons. The three provide an in depth look into MiCAN’s vital work, discuss bringing equity to the forefront of this movement, and share how they keep themselves charged and renewed as they forge ahead with activism.