We encourage you to celebrate Black History Month with our partners at Northern Michigan E3, who created this wonderful resource spotlighting important Black leaders throughout the month as well as sharing weekly days of action in support of their efforts in our community.
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!
We invite you to check out this wonderful Decolonizing Thanksgiving resource from Bioneers and consider contributing to our Indigenous Mutual Aid fund as we extend our thanks and recognition of the sacrifices that the Anishinaabek made in order for all of us residing in Michigan to be here.
Join Seth Bernard at the Armory Youth Project in Manistee next Tuesday, November 21 for a free collaborative songwriting workshop. The workshop is free and runs from 3:30-5:00pm. No experience necessary. Open to youth in grades 6-12.
Our next virtual cohort of Understanding Racial Justice begins next Monday and will meet via Zoom Monday evenings from October 16 - November 13. Scholarships and sliding scale are available. Register today!
We at Title Track seek to honor the beauty, strength, intelligence, and heart of our Indigenous friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors every day. On this Indigenous Peoples' Day we invite you to support Indigenous Mutual Aid.