Our first showcase in our collaboration with the Amplify Fellowship is the one of a kind recording artist, London Beck. Check out the full video “The Story of Black Satin,” featuring a stunning a cappella rendition of the song and reflections on vulnerability, darkness, and the power that each person holds that no one can take away.
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Mae Beale has been the featured guest on two recent podcasts from Sustain and Greater Than Code! Listen in to hear Mae’s brilliant insights and reflections on Title Track, our Understanding Racial Justice program, coding for good, Mutual Aid, and much more!
Meet our new intern, Annie Lively! Annie will be working on various projects throughout the summer including curating this staff spotlight series. Get to know our team better as they reflect on working with Title Track, favorite memories of water, and what they're looking forward to this summer.
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.
Explore the rich legacy of the Neahtawanta Research & Education Center which Title Track is honored to live into and read a second anniversary reflection from founding board member and NREC founder, Sally Van Vleck.
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!
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