At the request of attorneys with Wilmer, Cutler & Pickering, the author has prepared this report which outlines the historical patterns and legacies of racial isolation and separation of Hispanics in American society. The research is based on archival collections, syntheses of secondary literature, and other primary sources such as U.S. government reports including Bureau of the Census population reports. Based on the author’s knowledge and research, this report outlines the historical developments that resulted in patterns of racial exclusion and isolation of Hispanics in the states and cities where they have settled since 1900. In particular, this report will discuss how residential, educational and occupational isolation of Hispanic Americans developed in the century after the first group of Hispanics-Mexican Americans-were incorporated into the United States in 1848.
Albert M. Camarillo,
Expert Report of Albert M. Camarillo,
Mich. J. Race & L.
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/mjrl/vol5/iss1/15