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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.

Partnerships and Collaborative Programming

At the heart of Title Track's identity is a quest to collaborate, partner with, and support the good work of other organizations and citizens doing good work in their communities. We are honored to be a partner organization on many wonderful collaborative programs.
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Water Protector's Training Camp

Title Track is thrilled to announce Water Protector's Training Camp, a new program that will provide youth with the opportunity to connect with professional artists and activists as they explore a commitment to being a Water Protector.
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Understanding Racial Justice

We just completed our first cohort of Understanding Racial Justice in 2024 and are looking forward to welcoming more committed folks into our URJ alumni community this year, now almost 300 strong. Join us for upcoming cohorts: in-person weekend intensive in Traverse City August 2-3 or our fall virtual cohort Tuesday evenings from October 1-29 (registration open).
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State of Water Podcast

Featuring captivating interviews with Michiganders from many walks of life, “State of Water” is the official podcast of the Clean Water Campaign for Michigan. State of Water focuses on clean water issues and their relationship to policy, equity, community and climate.
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Clean Water Campaign for Michigan

The CWC uses storytelling & music events across the state to amplify the groundswell of public support for clean water issues & motivate people to step into advocacy and stewardship that will create lasting & meaningful change.
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Collaborative Songwriting for Collective Liberation

Informed by anti-oppression trainings and built on 15 years of experience successfully facilitating collaborative songwriting.