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.
Registration is now closed for our Spring cohort which will meet Sundays from 3:00-5:00pm from April 25 - May 23. Registration is open for our Summer cohort which will meet Wednesdays from 5:30-7:30pm from August 4 - September 1. Join us!
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 sponsoring partner for the 3rd annual Water is Life Festival on September 5-6, 2020. This year’s online virtual festival 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.
We are so grateful for all the people who have joined and supported our work. On the threshold of our third year, we humbly ask you to make a donation in support of the efforts we have underway. $1 is not too small.
On May 13th, Title Track co-executive directors Holly T. Bird and Seth Bernard participated in the Indigenous-led “Evict Enbridge” events on the Straits of Mackinac, featuring a talk from Winona LaDuke and calls demanding the immediate shutdown of Line 5, in accord with the Governor’s Executive orders. Check out videos, photos, and reflections from the day as well as updated CALLS to ACTION!