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Imagine a Day Without Water and “WATERSONG”

Listen to the brand-new song “WATERSONG” by our co-executive director, Seth Bernard, Amber Hasan, and Monica Lewis-Patrick, and learn more about where our water comes from and why now is the time to invest in safe, clean, and reliable drinking water and sanitation.
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Indigenous People’s Day

We at Title Track honor and celebrate the enduring leadership and strength of the Indigenous Peoples and Nations of Great Turtle Island...
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Episode 23 of State of Water

Peggy Case comes from a long history of environmental and social justice activism. She’s a community organizer, editor, writer, former grade school teacher, a lifelong gardener, a singer, a beekeeper and permaculture enthusiast. As President of Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation, she has worked tirelessly to end the privatization of our water by a multinational corporation.
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Episode 22 of State of Water

State of Water Episode 22 is live! In this episode, we get a window into the world of Melissa DeSimone, the executive director of the Michigan Lakes and Streams Association.
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Fall 2021 URJ cohort for spiritual leaders

The Fall 2021 cohort of Understanding Racial Justice is being offered to spiritual leaders (clergy, elders, deacons, teachers, and lay leaders) in the Grand Traverse region. Registration has been extended until October 9.
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Episode 21 of State of Water

On our first new State of Water episode of 2021, we are highlighting the theme of youth empowerment featuring youth leaders from We the People of Detroit, Brooke Bowers and Javaye Henry.
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Support Jordan Hamilton Recovery Fund

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.
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2021 Water is Life Festival this September 4!!

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.
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Amplify Fellowship Feature #3: Kenyatta Rashon

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.
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Amplify Fellowship Feature #2: Dani Darling

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."

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