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Welcome, Farrell Scholars! I am Meagen Farrell, author of Teaching Adults: A 2014 GED Resource Book, available NOW from New Readers Press. My next project has been successfully funded via Kickstarter! I’m spending 2013-14 researching the development of women’s ordination in the Anglican Church of Ireland.
I’ve been extremely honored and excited to be a serial guest blogger for Rust Wire on my cross cultural experience of living in the Hough neighborhood of Cleveland (you may have heard the name from the riots in the 1960s?). Click the titles below to read up and join the conversation:
- On being a white person living in Cleveland’s Hough neighborhood
- 7 Reasons Why Hough is Like a Small Town
- Neighbor’s Response: Mansfield Frazier on the Need to Integrate Cleveland Neighborhoods
- From Millionaire’s Row to Riots: A Comprehensive History of Cleveland’s Hough Neighborhood
- Crossing Racial Lines in Cleveland or S#!& Black People Say to White People Living in Hough
- “A Place Worth Living”: Defending a Deeply Stigmatized Neighborhood
Other Popular Publications:
- “Saving Souls for a Lifetime of Service” for AmeriCorps Alums blog.
- “The Beat Runs Deep” in Greater University Circle: Neighborhood Voice.
- “The Obama Brotherhood” in Jan 20 2009: True Stories, Real People, One Day by WEbook.
- Article about SlamIt!, the spoken word community I started at Oberlin College.