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Understanding Racial Justice

The Fall 2021 cohort of Understanding Racial Justice is being offered to spiritual leaders (clergy, elders, deacons, teachers, and lay leaders) in the Grand Traverse region. This cohort will meet on Wednesday evenings from 5:30-7:30pm via zoom from October 13-November 10. Stay tuned for our next general public cohort that will be offered in early 2022.
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The Title Tracks

An original Title Track video series featuring musicians sharing intimate performances of the title track from one of their albums. Musicians will also share behind the song stories and reflections on a current issue or call to action.
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Craft Libations for Collective Liberation

During this time of great upheaval, we call upon the craft brewing community of Michigan to engage in transformative work to help heal systems of oppression.
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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.
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Anti-Oppression Workshops in Northern Michigan

Title Track will be engaging the public in social justice work and movement building through accessible, affordable community workshops in collaborative creative practices around anti-oppression themes.
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Panels & Workshops at Earthwork Harvest Gathering

We are thrilled to once again be curating some dynamic workshops for this year's virtual Earthwork Harvest Gathering, one of Michigan’s most beloved cultural celebrations and music festivals.
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Water is Life Festival

Title Track is honored to be a partner for the 4th annual Water is Life Festival on September 4, 2021. The Water is Life Festival is an annual event that celebrates our connection to the water and builds power through community so we can work towards living in a holistic way with the water and protect it from those who seek to exploit or endanger it.
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Earthwork Detroit Music Festival

On July 10, 2019, Title Track, in collaboration with William Copeland and a network of partners brought the first annual Earthwork Detroit Music Festival to Detroit in a celebration of cultural resilience and our local social ecologies.