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Free community screening of "John Lewis: Good Trouble"

Many thanks to the good folks at Northwestern Michigan College for putting together this free community screening of “John Lewis: Good Trouble" on Thursday, December 3 at 7pm.
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Title Track 2020 Year in Review video

This year, Title Track took our whole organization to another level. Check out our "Title Track 2020 Year in Review" video for a look back at highlights from the year and a glimpse into what is to come.
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#Activate2021 - Title Track's end of year fundraiser & storytelling campaign

What are you saying yes to in 2021? We invite you to share your commitments and stories with us and if you are able, help us hit our $50,000 goal for our end of year fundraiser #Activate2021

Whitmer moves to shut down Line 5

Chi Miigwetch, thank you so much, to all of the Indigenous water protectors who have led this struggle to shut down Line 5.

The Title Tracks Ep. 10 - Seth Bernard

Seth Bernard shares an Election Day episode of The Title Tracks featuring "Let Love Light the Way."

The Title Tracks Ep. 9 - Joshua Davis, "Waiting On a Dove"

Joshua Davis with a Monday night voting pitch along with a story and moving performance of his song, “Waiting On a Dove.”

The Title Tracks Ep. 8 - Nervous but Excited, "Scars and Anchors"

“Your vote matters. You matter. Your voice matters. Continue to be the change, encourage others to be the change, and lift those unheard and ignored voices up. Peoples’ lives depend on you, your vote, and your voice.”

The Title Tracks Ep. 7 - Amber Hasan, "R.B.G."

"This album is dedicated to just regular brown girls, women who get up every day, go to work, take care of their kids, make art, make music.”

The Title Tracks Ep. 6 - Audra Kubat, "The Sliver and the Salve"

“The bow against the string - it causes that tension, but without that tension you don’t have that beautiful sound, that music. 

The Title Tracks Ep. 5 - Sister Stone, "Relations"

“Letting your voice be heard and speaking up on behalf of the greater whole - one way we can do that so powerfully right now is to vote."