Invisible Hawkeyes

By: Lena M. Hill (B.A. ’97) and Michael D. Hill (B.A. ’93)

Invisible Hawkeyes, by Lena M. Hill (B.A. ’97) and Michael D. Hill (B.A. ’93), takes a collection of individual stories at the University of Iowa and its college town of Iowa City from the 1930s to the 1960s and reveals how fraught moments of interracial collaboration, meritocratic advancement and institutional insensitivity deepen our understanding of America’s painful conversion into a diverse republic committed to racial equality.

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Invisible Hawkeyes

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