Eminazhichiget

Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is the name of a new Title Track program and podcast celebrating Anishinaabek leaders. We hope to uplift their efforts by providing a snapshot into their work and lives, and allowing all to celebrate their success and leadership. Join us!

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Episode 3 of Eminazhichiget

We are honored to welcome Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson, as our featured guest in Episode 3 of Eminazhichiget. In the first of two episodes featuring our conversation with Leora, she shares reflections on her powerful healing work as the Director of Reparations and Justice at the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Michigan. Tune in!
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Episode 2 of Eminazhichiget

In Episode 2 of Eminazhichiget we feature part 2 of our conversation with Mark Wilson. Mark reflects on how growing up in a tribal community with a deep value of taking care of each other has shaped his views on family, politics, and the current housing crisis in Traverse City. He also shares about his hopes for his Mayor Pro Tem role, exciting current projects from New Leonard Media, and a powerful message for elders and youth within his community.
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Episode 1 of Eminazhichiget

Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is the name of a new Title Track program and podcast celebrating Anishinaabek leaders. In Episode 1 of Eminazhichiget, we are thrilled to feature Part 1 of our conversation with Mark Wilson, Mayor Pro Tem of Traverse City and owner of New Leonard Media.