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Water Protector’s Training Camp update
We recently completed a wonderful Water Protector's Training Camp (WPTC) with Rapid City elementary students and are excited for upcoming WPTC sessions in Leland and Traverse City this July!
DATE CHANGE! Understanding Racial Justice weekend intensive this June 23-24!
Our next in-person cohort of Understanding Racial Justice will meet in Traverse City as a weekend-intensive cohort at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Grand Traverse (UUCGT) on the evening of Friday, June 23 and a full day on Saturday, June 24.
Chris Good – a 4th anniversary invitation
Our communications director Chris Good shares a message of gratitude and an invitation for continued support. Thank you!
Holly T. Bird with Wendy von Courter
Our co-executive director Holly T. Bird visited Interlochen Farmer’s Market on Sunday and had the chance to talk to Wendy von Courter about the impact of URJ, reasons to support Title Track, and to extend an invitation to help us reach our 4th anniversary fundraising goal.
Free film screening of “Gather: The Fight to Revitalize Our Native Foodways.”
Our co-executive director Holly T. Bird will be moderating a discussion this evening following a free screening of the movie, "Gather: The Fight to Revitalize Our Native Foodways." Thanks to our friends at Oryana and The State Theater for presenting this special event.
Save the dates for upcoming programs!
We look forward to seeing many of you in the coming months at programs and events across Michigan or online. Please help us spread the word!
Fall cohorts of Understanding Racial Justice announced!
Registration is open for Fall 2023 cohorts: in-person in Traverse City Tuesday evenings from September 19 - October 10 and via Zoom Monday evenings from October 16 - November 13.
National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples
On this National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Peoples (MMIP), we encourage you to read this powerful editorial by Sierra Clark in today’s Record Eagle, that features our own co-executive director, Holly T. Bird.
New Water Protector’s Training Camp starts with more sessions to come!
WPTC is a new program from Title Track that provides an opportunity for young people to connect with professional artists and activists to create music, creative writing, art, and video while exploring their commitment to being a Water Protector.
Celebrating 4 years of Title Track!
Join us in celebrating our 4th anniversary as Title Track continues to build, organize, uplift and inspire. And in order to continue our work, we need your support! Please give what you can and consider becoming a monthly donor. With your support, we can continue to be a force for good in the world.