Entries by Title Track


Episode 43 of State of Water

Check out this wonderful conversation with Araya Montero of Two Hearted Midwifery in the new State of Water episode. Araya shares reflections on her deep connection with Lake Superior, how she chose to pursue the path of midwifery, and the power and presence of water throughout the birthing process.


Black Excellence spotlight: Rachel Marco-Havens

Rachel Marco-Havens is an enigmatic artist, musician, healer, organizer and activist.  Raised under the influence of the Woodstock Music Festival, Rachel has used her enormous talents and voice to advocate for water protection, racial equity, and climate justice.  Rachel is a multi-disciplinary “solutionary” artist and we were fortunate to have Rachel as a Board member here at Title Track until 2023.


Black Excellence spotlight: Kaylan Waterman

Kaylan Waterman is a founding board member of Title Track, a musician, community organizer, artist advocate, and a Detroiter. Kaylan has been essential in the building and growing of Title Track over these first 5 years and we are deeply grateful for her service. Check out Kaylan’s newly released EP through her musical project, Vespre, “things we want to know.”


Black Excellence spotlight: Amber Hasan

Title Track board member, Amber Hasan, is a woman of many talents and of many passions, building community and empowering others in all that she does. Amber is a writer, actor, hip-hop artist, herbalist, community organizer, wife, mother, and grandmother.

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Episode 42 of State of Water

Episode 42 features Hans Voss, Executive Director of the Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities. Hans and Groundwork work tirelessly to protect the environment, strengthen our economy and build thriving communities. Tune in for some wonderful storytelling as Hans goes back to 1995, sharing early success stories of coalition building and grassroots organizing that laid the foundation for decades of impactful work that have touched the lives of millions of Michiganders.


Black Excellence spotlight: Jordan Hamilton

Cellist, vocalist, and educator, Jordan Hamilton, has shared his musical genius and generous spirit in various Title Track settings including as one of our wonderful facilitators for Water Protector’s Training Camp. Jordan will be performing live alongside Seth Bernard this weekend in Lansing and Highland Hills and next week in Kalamazoo!


Black Excellence spotlight: Piper Carter

As we continue our Title Track family #BlackExcellence series, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to Title Track board member, Piper Carter, for her leadership and many contributions to Title Track. She generously shares her vision, passion, warmth, humor, and commitment to justice work with a long list of organizations and projects in her home city of Detroit and beyond.