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Episode 41 of State of Water

Tune in for part 2 in our powerful conversation with Palestinian artist Ayed Arafah. Ayed shares about the reality of growing up in a refugee camp under occupation. We also hear about some of Ayed’s current artistic endeavors and how he sees art and activism as powerful tools in the pursuit of freedom and liberation.

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Episode 40 of State of Water

We are honored to welcome Palestinian artist Ayed Arafah as our first State of Water guest in 2024. Tune in for part 1 in a powerful conversation with Ayed about his creative process, art as freedom in the midst of occupation, poignant reflections on feeling disconnected from water, updates on the crisis in his homeland, and much more.

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An update on Understanding Racial Justice

As we look forward to kicking off our 2024 series of Understanding Racial Justice (URJ) cohorts next Monday evening with an in-person cohort at Farm Club just outside of Traverse City, we thought it’d be a meaningful time to share a big picture update on our URJ program. Seats are still available to join us next week!

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Happy New Year

We are wishing peace and wellbeing for you and yours as we welcome in 2024. We invite you to read this greeting from our 3 Co-Executive Directors Seth Bernard, Holly T. Bird, and Jenny Jones as well as listen to a Happy New Year audio message from Holly T. Bird.


Episode 39 of State of Water

For our final episode of the 2023 we are once again turning the microphone around on State of Water host and Title Track founder Seth Bernard. Seth gives some end of year reflections on where we’ve been as the State of Water Podcast and the Clean Water Campaign for MI and shares of his passionate commitment to being in solidarity with the Palestinian people.


Episode 38 of State of Water

In this special episode, State of Water host Seth Bernard checks in from this November’s One Water Summit in Tuscon, AZ, hosted by the US Water Alliance. Seth gives an intimate travel log style report sharing of inspiring connections, insightful conversations, and meaningful moments that will inform his work as he returns to Michigan.