Celebrating Black Excellence

While we recognize that the month of February is always too short to contain it all, we will continue to celebrate Black Excellence – Black Present and Black Futures!  Title Track will be sharing about our local partners; their projects, work, and ways you can support; and we will continue to share out all that our communities are working toward for equitable, creative, and safe spaces.

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Freedom Lifted

Check out the Justice at Work training from our friends at Freedom Lifted, designed for people making a new or renewed commitment to justice and equity.
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The Truth and Titus Collective

Title Track has had the pleasure of working with Truth & Titus over the last year as we have engaged in intentional and transformative monthly internal equity trainings. Check out their beautiful new website for a look at their services including an Antiracist Primer for Institutions training being offered this spring.
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Rootead opens Obodo Perinatal Easy Access Clinic in Kzoo!

Congratulations to the Kalamazoo-based organization Rootead on the opening up of their brand-new Obodo Perinatal Easy Access Clinic! Rootead has been serving the Kalamazoo area community since 2015 and holds the mission of: Reclaiming the village through cultural liberation by holding spaces for internal transformation, healing arts & birthing justice. 
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Update from our friends at D.Cipher

We’re so hyped about everything that’s moving and shaking with our dear friends D.Cipher in Detroit! Shout out to founding Title Track board member and D.Cipher co-founder Wayne Ramocan aka JUUNI for all of his work weaving our communities together.
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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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Episode 25 of State of Water

Episode 25 features Amber Hasan whose work with poetry, music, herbalism and activism focuses on bringing light to dark places and situations, while also helping others to find and use their voices as a tool of empowerment. Amber caught up with dear friend and collaborator Seth Bernard - we hope you enjoy their amazing conversation, as well as a premiere of the new track: Watersong.