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Update on Short's Brewing's July donation match!

Individuals, you can chip in and double your donation with Short’s match! Any maker of delicious beverage can join in - beer, coffee, wine, spirits, kombucha, soda. Join the growing community of Michigan companies and individuals valuing this important work.
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Big update on 1 year anniversary of Craft Libations for Collective Liberation!

Short's Brewing has agreed to match ALL new donations to Craft Libations for Collective Liberation this July from other breweries, craft beverage companies or members of the general public!
Title Track Staff & Board collage includes: Top (L to R): Chris Good, Piper Carter, Joe Voss, Sally Van Vleck, Kaylan Waterman, Dan Rickabus Middle (L to R): Holly T. Bird, Mae Beale, Bree Russell-Carscadden, Annie Lively, Joe Short, E Wolff Bottom (L to R): Diana Milock, Jennifer Jones, Seth Bernard, Jack Seaman, Rachel Marco-Havens, Wayne Ramocan Graphic reads: Title Track - Water. Equity. Youth. There is more work to be done. We are in it for the long haul.
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Let's keep going -- together!

We are so grateful for all the people who have joined and supported our work. On the threshold of our third year, we humbly ask you to make a donation in support of the efforts we have underway. $1 is not too small.
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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Evict Enbridge recap & updated Line 5 calls to action!

On May 13th, Title Track co-executive directors Holly T. Bird and Seth Bernard participated in the Indigenous-led “Evict Enbridge” events on the Straits of Mackinac, featuring a talk from Winona LaDuke and calls demanding the immediate shutdown of Line 5, in accord with the Governor’s Executive orders. Check out videos, photos, and reflections from the day as well as updated CALLS to ACTION!
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Year 2 highlights video

If you see value in what we do and if you wish to invest in work for clean water, racial equity, and youth empowerment, please consider making a contribution today!
Title Track logo
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Anti-racism resources

Here is a curated list of resources aimed at deepening your understanding of racial justice and inspiring meaningful action for lasting change.
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.
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Step #1 spotlight: We the People - Detroit

We the People of Detroit aims to inform and empower the public on imperative issues surrounding civil rights, land, water, education, and the democratic process. Current educational campaigns are focused on water shut offs intervention and an all volunteer emergency relief, hotline & pension outreach/ education.
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Step #1 spotlight - We The People-MI

“The question we’re asking ourselves at We the People-MI is: is it possible to build a multiracial working class movement in Michigan that can build an aspirational vision of the state we deserve and fight for the governing power to bring that vision into reality? We’ve seen so many moments that tell us that the answer to that is yes.” - Art Reyes III, Executive Director of We the People-MI