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Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is the name of a new ongoing podcast celebrating Anishinaabek leaders from across the Great Lakes region. We hope to uplift their efforts by providing a snapshot into their work and lives, and allowing all to celebrate their success and leadership.
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Consulting & Customized Trainings

Title Track directors, staff, and board members collectively represent decades of DEI training, program development, coaching, and consulting. Wherever you are on the journey towards becoming an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, multi-cultural organization, team, or person we would be delighted to support you in manners that best suit your needs.
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Healing Ourselves

We're excited to introduce our new program, Healing Ourselves. Whether you're taking the first steps towards understanding racial equity and BIPOC-led healing or seeking to deepen your commitment to anti-racism and decolonization, our workshops offer a space for learning, growth, healing, community, and transformative action.
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Racial Equity Program Updates 2024

Title Track is committed to positively impact the experiences of all people in Michigan and understands a focus on racial equity is imperative. As we approach our fifth anniversary on Earth Day 2024, we will be sharing updates on our racial equity programming this coming week highlighting a different program each day.