Race & Democracy in Northeast Ohio, Community-Engaged Research
Co-PIs (Drs. Ashley Nickels, Casey Boyd-Swan, Shemariah Arki, and Anuj Gurung)
Part of a series that will include a 10-episode podcast series focused specifically on the intersections of race and democracy in northeast Ohio, community workshops on the topic of race and democracy, online curricular materials (activities, toolkit, concept pages), Blog posts, and a white paper. This collaborative partnership was made possible with funding from Mark Lewine and the John Gray Paynther Program.
- Race & Democracy Intern, Jo Cottrill, developed an annotated bibliography on Race and Democracy in Northeast Ohio.
RDNO Curricular Materials:
- May 4, 1970, by Jo Cottrill, Race & Democracy Intern
- Race, May 4, 1970 and The Jackson State Killings, by Jo Cottrill, Race & Democracy Intern (to be posted soon)
- Ella Baker, by Amanda Clark, former GDP Project Manager & KSU alumna
RDNO Podcast Episodes:
- Series 6, Episode 0, Introduction Episode, introducing guest hosts Anuj Gurung and Shemariah Arki
- Series 6, Episode 1 with Dr. Elaine Hsiao (Associate Professor, Kent State University, School Peace and Conflict Studies)
- Series 6, Episode 2 with Professors Nishani Frazier (Associate Professor of American Studies and History at University of Kansas) and Ayesha Bell Hardaway (Associate Professor of Law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law).
- September 21, 2021: Race, Place, and Political Boundaries: missed the event, check out the recording on YouTube.