African American Studebaker workers from the South win out over 1950’s Jim Crow in the North, to build 22 homes in a white neighborhood and create a legacy.

Selected “One Bar, One Book” by the St. Joseph County Bar Foundation in 2016.

Supplementary feature of “One Book/One Michiana” 2017.

Featured at Fighting For Housing Conference, Notre Dame University, April 19-20, 2018.

Inivted to Urban Ethnography Project, Yale University, Oct. 15, 2018.

SAMPLE Reviews

“An eye opening look at racial issues in America after WW II and up to the present.” Don Halasz, GOODREADS

“This book also looks at similar situations happening today in South Bend and across the United States.
Insightful and powerful. A part of South Bend’s history that cannot be ignored.” Carter A, GOODREADS

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