In Conversation: E3 and Title Track

Northern MI E3 is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to make the Northern Michigan region an area that celebrates and welcomes diversity and equality for all residents and visitors. This celebration and culture of acceptance will enhance the overall environment and opportunities for Black, Indigenous, and all people of color (BIPOC) in Northern Michigan. In addition, this will improve the economic and cultural stability of the region for years to come.

Title Track has partnered with E3 as its fiscal sponsor.  Members of Title Track collaborate with E3 to help engage, educate and elevate the community of Northern Michigan in pursuit of their mission.

After five months of providing racial justice training for white people in Northern Michigan we are investing in BIPOC trainer and training development in order for BIPOC community members to be able to attend a training that is relevant to their experiences living in Northern Michigan (and beyond). The vision for this work is that after people have gone through the affinity training that most closely aligns with their identity and lived experience, there will be an opportunity for alumni of both trainings to come together in a multi-racial space to build antiracist culture and share power in accountable, healing, and transformative ways.

Support this ongoing work as part of our ongoing #Activate2021 end of year campaign. Thanks so much for your support!

Music: “GLORIA” and “RAIN CHILD” by Juuni

Featured in video:
•E3 council members Tya Harrison, Damian Lockhart, Holly Bird, Courtney Wiggins, Elizabeth Wolff
•Title Track staff: Seth Bernard, Elizabeth Wolff, Holly Bird

Watch the 3 minute highlight video above. For the full, unedited 16 minute version click on the video below.