2nd Biennial Africana Studies Symposium
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2006: Global Conversations in the African Diaspora

Dr. Albert CamarilloDr. Albert Camarillo, Stanford University will speak at 7pm on Thursday, January 26th on Comparative Urban Histories of European Immigrants, Mexican Americans, and African Americans, 1900-1980

Dr. Albert Camarillo is professor of history and the Miriam and Peter Haas Centennial Professor in Public Service at Stanford University. He is author of several books, including Chicanos in California: A History of Mexican Americans (1984) and Not White, Not Black: Mexicans and Racial/Ethnic Borderlands in American Cities (forthcoming).

2nd Biennial Africana Studies Symposium

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Click here to view the poster.

Click below to hear history interviews from former students of Howard School.

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