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Episode 25 of State of Water

Episode 25 features Amber Hasan whose work with poetry, music, herbalism and activism focuses on bringing light to dark places and situations, while also helping others to find and use their voices as a tool of empowerment. Amber caught up with dear friend and collaborator Seth Bernard - we hope you enjoy their amazing conversation, as well as a premiere of the new track: Watersong.

Line 5 update

Big news this week in the ongoing struggle to #ShutDownLine5.
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Episode 24 of State of Water

In this episode we talk to Michigan musician, songwriter and water protector Samantha Cooper who became one of over 900 defendants in the struggle to stop line 3 this past summer. Samantha, in collaboration with many other water protectors, recently released a song and video "Let the Wave."
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Celebrating our Anishinaabek relatives

We are excited to announce a new series celebrating Anishinaabek leaders called Eminazhichiget, which translates to "person who does good things for others." We hope to uplift their efforts and recognition by providing a snapshot into their work and lives, and allowing all to celebrate their success and leadership.
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Holly T. Bird & Seth Bernard awarded Peace Award

Congratulations to two of our co-executive directors Holly T. Bird and Seth Bernard for being recognized by the Episcopal Peace Fellowship for their work with Title Track!
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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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Indigenous People's Day

We at Title Track honor and celebrate the enduring leadership and strength of the Indigenous Peoples and Nations of Great Turtle Island...
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Spiritual Leaders cohort of URJ - registration extended until 10/9

Calling in spiritual leaders for our upcoming cohort of Understanding Racial Justice! We invite you to read this powerful reflection and invitation by Rev. Lucy A. Waechter Webb, Presbyterian Church (USA) and a member of our Understanding Racial Justice team

Episode 23 of State of Water

Peggy Case comes from a long history of environmental and social justice activism. She’s a community organizer, editor, writer, former grade school teacher, a lifelong gardener, a singer, a beekeeper and permaculture enthusiast. As President of Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation, she has worked tirelessly to end the privatization of our water by a multinational corporation.
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Episode 22 of State of Water

State of Water Episode 22 is live! In this episode, we get a window into the world of Melissa DeSimone, the executive director of the Michigan Lakes and Streams Association.