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1 week left to register for Understanding Racial Justice - Traverse City in-person cohort

"The work is right here for us and it is calling us in." URJ organizers Lucy and Tess check in with short videos from Hexenbelle (our meeting location) and the Open Space, where more than 2,000+ folks gathered in the Summer of 2020 calling for racial justice. Join us Sunday afternoons from 3-5pm from Jan 22 - Feb 19.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day events!

Check out this list of just a few of the many wonderful MLK Jr. Day events happening across the state including some presented by our partners at Northern Michigan E3 and a special performance in Ann Arbor featuring our board member, Amber Hasan!
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Episode 33 of State of Water

In our final episode of 2022, we bring you a compelling conversation with Denise Keele, Executive Director of the Michigan Climate Action Network. Tune in to learn more about how Michigan Climate Action Network connects and amplifies individuals, communities, and organizations confronting the climate crisis in Michigan!
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First URJ cohort of 2023 (in-person!) registration now open!

Join us in Traverse City for our first in-person cohort of Understanding Racial Justice, our intro to racial justice course for white folks. We will meet on Sunday afternoons from 3:00 - 5:00pm for 5 weeks, January 22 - February 19.
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Episode 32 of State of Water

We’re thrilled to bring you an inspiring conversation with Annalise Povolo, Director of Administration and Programs for the Lake Leelanau Lake Association.
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End of year 2022. Keep up the quest in 2023!

We at Title Track are very proud of the work that we have done in 2022. We extend a warm invitation for you to be a part of this work by including us in your end of year giving plans as well. Happy holidays, and keep up the quest in 2023.
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Episode 31 of State of Water

Episode 31 of State of Water features conversations with market goers during Water Week at the Kingsley Farmer's Market! We hope you enjoy these small-town reflections of gratitude, of connection, and of the importance to protect our waters for future generations.
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Episode 30 of State of Water

Episode 30 features a power-packed conversation with Carl Lindquist of Superior Watershed Partnership! Tune in to learn about SWP's innovative work on a wide range of community-based projects that provide documented, measurable results that benefit communities, enhance the environment and help protect the three Great Lakes that virtually surround the Upper Peninsula.
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Episode 29 of State of Water

We’re so happy to bring you this wonderful panel discussion conversation between scientists, teachers, musicians, activists, and brewers around the theme of “What Water Wants to Be” as part of the 7th Annual Art Week.
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Giving Tuesday 2022 is here!

Thank you for being a part of this community. With your support, we can carry this momentum forward. Plus, watch Seth Bernard's Giving Tuesday concert!