Eminazhichiget #1 - Cecelia Rose LaPointe

In our first installment of our new series celebrating Anishinaabek leaders, called Eminazhichiget ("person who does good things for others"), we recognize and celebrate Cecelia Rose LaPointe, founder and executive director of the Native Justice Coalition.
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Imagine a Day Without Water and "WATERSONG"

Listen to the brand-new song “WATERSONG” by our co-executive director, Seth Bernard, Amber Hasan, and Monica Lewis-Patrick, and learn more about where our water comes from and why now is the time to invest in safe, clean, and reliable drinking water and sanitation.
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Anniversary reflection from Board member, Rachel Marco-Havens

“Title Track is embodying community in more ways than, even as a Board member, I can keep up with!"
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A second anniversary reflection from Sally Van Vleck

Explore the rich legacy of the Neahtawanta Research & Education Center which Title Track is honored to live into and read a second anniversary reflection from founding board member and NREC founder, Sally Van Vleck.
Traverse City Black Lives Matter protest in June 2020
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A reflection on the one year anniversary of George Floyd's murder

Please read this reflection on the one year anniversary of George Floyd’s murder from our Development & Administrative Director, Jennifer Jones.
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Doing Our Own Work

Learn about some of the internal work that we have done as an organization over the course of the last year as we grow, learn, and heal together.
Step #3 ENJOY - Creative practice is a foundational piece to all that we do at Title Track. Enjoy some music, art, poetry, or video creations that we have produced or collaborated on over the past year.
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Step #3 - ENJOY

Creative practice is a foundational piece to all that we do at Title Track. Enjoy some music, art, poetry, or video creations that we have produced or collaborated on over the past year.
Step #2: URJ Register for 'Understanding Racial Justice', encourage your white friends to read and get up to speed, but don’t stop there…get involved in active anti-racism in your community.
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Step #2 - UNDERSTANDING RACIAL JUSTICE

Register for 'Understanding Racial Justice', encourage your white friends to read and get up to speed, but don’t stop there…get involved in active anti-racism in your community.
BIPOC LOCAL Support your local Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)-led organizations. Need suggestions? We can help you with that.
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Step #1 - BIPOC LOCAL

Support your local Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC)-led organizations. Find links and calls to action from some of our friends and partners here as we continue our #StriveForFive second anniversary campaign.
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Title Track's 2nd anniversary highlights!

Take a look at the many highlights from our 2nd year as Title Track and read our full Year in Review!