We believe that everyone benefits from a more equitable society in which all individuals and communities have what they need to thrive. We acknowledge the many past and current inequities that exist and commit to practice inclusivity and celebrate diversity in all of our actions and operations. Recognizing the fact that communities of color and native communities are disproportionately harmed by the effects of environmental degradation, it is our responsibility to prioritize environmental justice in our efforts to build healthy and resilient social-ecological systems.
An original Title Track video series featuring musicians sharing intimate performances of the title track from one of their albums. Musicians will also share behind the song stories and reflections on a current issue or call to action.
Title Track will be engaging the public in social justice work and movement building through accessible, affordable community workshops in collaborative creative practices around anti-oppression themes.
Title Track is honored to be a partner for the 4th annual Water is Life Festival on September 4, 2021. The Water is Life Festival is an annual event that celebrates our connection to the water and builds power through community so we can work towards living in a holistic way with the water and protect it from those who seek to exploit or endanger it.
On July 10, 2019, Title Track, in collaboration with William Copeland and a network of partners brought the first annual Earthwork Detroit Music Festival to Detroit in a celebration of cultural resilience and our local social ecologies.
Our hearts are with our dear friend and collaborator, Jordan Hamilton, as he recovers from a terrifying car accident. A GoFundMe has been set up as Jordan recovers from a badly broken shoulder that will prevent him from working for the foreseeable future. Your support by donating or sharing is very much appreciated. Support and share here.
Title Track is honored to be a partner for the 4th annual Water is Life Festival on September 4, 2021. Join us for this annual event that celebrates our connection to the water and builds power through community so we can work towards living in a holistic way with the water and protect it from those who seek to exploit or endanger it.
Our third showcase in our collaboration with the Amplify Project is Kenyatta Rashon, an Ypsilanti based singer who goes behind the scenes of her powerful song, "Free," sharing reflections on what it means to be accepting of oneself.
Our second showcase in our collaboration with the Amplify Project is Dani Darling, a jazzy chanteuse from Ann Arbor with an experimental lo-fi sound that is intimate and poetic. Check out the full video featuring an intimate performance of her song, "The Down."