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Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is the name of a new Title Track program and podcast celebrating Anishinaabek leaders. We hope to uplift their efforts by providing a snapshot into their work and lives, and allowing all to celebrate their success and leadership. Join us!

Eminazhichiget Title Track

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Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is the name of a new Title Track program and podcast celebrating Anishinaabek leaders. We hope to uplift their efforts by providing a snapshot into their work and lives, and allowing all to celebrate their success and leadership. Join us!

    Ep 4 - Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson part 2

    Ep 4 - Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson part 2

    Episode 4 of Eminazhichiget features part 2 in our conversation with Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson, Director of Reparations and Justice at the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Michigan. Leora shares of the healing power of storytelling and listening and how the Walking Together: Finding Common Ground Traveling Exhibit Project seeks to uncover, acknowledge and document the truth about Indigenous experiences in the MI Native American boarding schools by recording boarding school survivors. Leora also reflects powerfully about the continuing impact and legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery, how her own family inspires her commitment to her work, and how she nurtures trust and accountability in her efforts through bringing people together with love. Don’t miss this deeply moving and inspiring conversation!

    Learn more about Leora’s work at: www.facebook.com/MQTTravelingExhibit

    You can also watch the full video of the episode on our YouTube: www.youtube.com/@titletrackmichigan

    If you missed part 1 in the conversation, please watch or take a listen! https://titletrackmichigan.org/episode-3-of-eminazhichiget/

    Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is a new program and podcast from Title Track which celebrates Anishinaabek leaders.

    Episode 4 Credits:

    Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson interviewed by Holly T. Bird

    Produced by Holly T. Bird and Chris Good

    Edited by Chris Good

    Graphic by Chris Good

    Music by Tom Binesiwegiizhig Peters

    Eminazhichiget is a program of the Michigan-based nonprofit, Title Track. Learn more about our efforts “engaging creative practice to build resilient social-ecological systems that support clean water, racial equity, and youth empowerment” at titletrackmichigan.org

    • 24 min
    Ep 3 - Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson part 1

    Ep 3 - Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson part 1

    We are honored to welcome Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson, as our featured guest in Episode 3 of Eminazhichiget.

    In the first of two episodes featuring our conversation with Leora, she shares reflections on her powerful healing work as the Director of Reparations and Justice at the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Michigan. Leora’s role is focusing on truth telling, racial equity through restorative justice, reconciliation research from the Native American boarding school era, and place-based community work/bridge building as a tribal liaison. Her research involves the Michigan based Indian boarding school experience and the Episcopal run schools, where she serves as Chair for the MW062, Executive Council Committee for Indigenous Boarding Schools and Advocacy. Through Leora’s research, she hopes to aid in the healing of Native hearts.

    Leora is a proud Finnish and Sámi, and member of Gnoozhikaaning, Bay Mills and Wiikwemkong First Nations. In her spare time she can be found with her partner, Tye and four boys, Quinn, Shiloh, Evan and Jack.

    Learn more about Leora’s work at: https://www.facebook.com/MQTTravelingExhibit

    You can also watch the full video of the episode on our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@titletrackmichigan

    Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is a new program and podcast from Title Track which celebrates Anishinaabek leaders.

    Episode 3 Credits:

    Miskopwaaganikwe Leora Lynn Tadgerson interviewed by Holly T. Bird

    Produced by Holly T. Bird and Chris Good

    Edited by Chris Good

    Graphic by Chris Good

    Music by Tom Binesiwegiizhig Peters

    Eminazhichiget is a program of the Michigan-based nonprofit, Title Track. Learn more about our efforts “engaging creative practice to build resilient social-ecological systems that support clean water, racial equity, and youth empowerment” at https://titletrackmichigan.org

    • 33 min
    Ep 2 - Mark Wilson part 2

    Ep 2 - Mark Wilson part 2

    Episode 2 of Eminazhichiget features part 2 of our conversation with Mark Wilson, Mayor Pro Tem of Traverse City and owner of New Leonard Media.

    Mark reflects on how growing up in a tribal community with a deep value of taking care of each other has shaped his views on family, politics, and the current housing crisis in Traverse City. He also shares about his hopes for his Mayor Pro Tem role, exciting current projects from New Leonard Media, and a powerful message for elders and youth within his community.

    Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is a new program and podcast from Title Track which celebrates Anishinaabek leaders.

    Learn more about New Leonard Media at: https://newleonard.com/

    You can also watch the full video of the episode on our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@titletrackmichigan

    Check out our other podcast, State of Water, which highlights inspiring conversations with water protectors from many walks of life as we discuss clean water issues and their relationship to policy, equity, community and climate. https://titletrackmichigan.org/state-of-water-podcast/

    Episode 2 Credits:

    Mark Wilson interviewed by Holly T. Bird

    Produced by Holly T. Bird and Chris Good

    Edited by Chris Good

    Graphic by Chris Good

    Music by Tom Binesiwegiizhig Peters

    Eminazhichiget is a program of the Michigan-based nonprofit, Title Track. Learn more about our efforts “engaging creative practice to build resilient social-ecological systems that support clean water, racial equity, and youth empowerment” at https://titletrackmichigan.org

    • 39 min
    Ep 1 - Mark Wilson part 1

    Ep 1 - Mark Wilson part 1

    In Episode 1 of Eminazhichiget, we are thrilled to feature Part 1 of our conversation with Mark Wilson, Mayor Pro Tem of Traverse City and owner of New Leonard Media. Mark is an enrolled citizen of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. His background is in multimedia, entertainment, and leadership. He is a lifelong DJ with a love of Hip Hop Culture and the production of organic and classic boom-bap instrumentals. His education includes: graduate of the Conservatory of Recording Arts and Sciences, a degree in Visual Communications, Liberal Studies, and a Masters in Public Administration. Mark’s background in public service is: two terms on the GTB Tribal Council, Traverse City Commission, and various boards and committees.

    In this powerful conversation with Eminazhichiget host, Holly T. Bird, Mark shares about the music, culture, and people that inspire him; the lessons learned from challenges in his younger years; the impact of oppression and intergenerational trauma; and his decision to embrace leadership roles and serve as an advocate for his community.

    Learn more about New Leonard Media at: https://newleonard.com/

    Eminazhichiget, which translates in Anishinaabemowin to “person who does good things for others,” is the name of a new Title Track program and podcast celebrating Anishinaabek leaders. We hope to uplift their efforts by providing a snapshot into their work and lives, and allowing all to celebrate their success and leadership.

    You can also watch the full video of the episode on our YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@titletrackmichigan

    Check out our other podcast, State of Water, which highlights inspiring conversations with water protectors from many walks of life as we discuss clean water issues and their relationship to policy, equity, community and climate. https://titletrackmichigan.org/state-of-water-podcast/

    Episode 1 Credits:

    Mark Wilson interviewed by Holly T. Bird

    Produced by Holly T. Bird and Chris Good

    Edited by Chris Good

    Graphic by Chris Good

    Music by Tom Binesiwegiizhig Peters

    Eminazhichiget is a program of the Michigan-based nonprofit, Title Track. Learn more about our efforts “engaging creative practice to build resilient social-ecological systems that support clean water, racial equity, and youth empowerment” at https://titletrackmichigan.org

    • 41 min

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