Title Track is thrilled to announce Water Protector's Training Camp, a new program that will provide youth with the opportunity to connect with professional artists and activists as they explore a commitment to being a Water Protector. The first cohorts of this program will be held in-person at the Earthwork Harvest Gathering (September 16-18) and virtually through zoom on Tuesdays from October 11-November 1.
RE:CLAIM is an arts-based, multi-disciplinary take-over of the Washtenaw County Court Building in September and October 2022. Title Track serves as a collaborating partner in this collective of artists, advocates, and movement builders seeking to honor the complexity and diversity of the community impact of the criminal legal system.
Members of the Title Track team are a part of organizing Camp Pipe Out, planned for this upcoming Labor Day weekend, which exists to support and expand on existing actions focused on shutting down Line 5, including the Water is Life Festival and the Pipe-Out Paddle-Out.
Title Track is once again hosting panels at the Earthwork Harvest Gathering on racial justice and clean water, as well as offering our first Water Protectors Training Camp open to youth attending Harvest over the September 16-18 weekend.
Title Track was honored to be a presenting partnering for this June’s Climate & Clean Energy Summit, co-hosted by Groundwork and Michigan Climate Action. Videos are now online from the summit including closing comments from our co-executive director, Seth Bernard.
We are dedicated to finding new pathways to share critical knowledge and ancient wisdom, and your support will help us continue to lift up our fellow Water Protectors and amplify their voices. Please consider making a donation today, any amount is meaningful.
Get to know new Title Track board member, Gini von Courter. In addition to being known around the world for her genius in computer technology, programming and as a trainer for LinkedIn, Gini is a renowned author, world traveler, singer, musician, and farmer who brings tremendous insight and a diversity of experience with nonprofits, financial management, and activism.
Get to know new Title Track board member, Miskopwaaganikwe - Leora Lynn Tadgerson. Leora is a mother, writer, teacher, researcher and advocate focusing on restorative justice, truth telling, racial justice, reconciliation, and much more.
Our partners at Northern Michigan E3 are hosting several Juneteenth events this weekend - a family-friendly walk/run fundraising event on Saturday, June 18th and a block party-style celebration on Sunday, June 19th.
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