Meaning Train is a collection of essays, based on books and interviews, that counter the divisive practice of subjugating others. It reveals a benign moral compass in which anyone who wants to improve the world can follow.
Carrie Cunningham is a progressive Christian writer. She went to Harvard College where she studied American and African history, and additionally, she attended the University of the South and Wayne State University for degrees in the Episcopal faith and Near Eastern Studies respectively. She captained the national championship team for Harvard women’s squash. A prolific writer since the 1990s, she has written for the Grosse Pointe News, the Michigan Chronicle, the Episcopal Record, Examiner.com and Beloved Community. She lives in Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan.