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Albert Camarillo, founding director of CCSRE, discusses the origins of the program as well as hopes for the future

Albert Camarillo, professor of American history, was the founding director of the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity (CCSRE) in 1996. A member of the History Department since 1975, Camarillo was also the founding director of the Stanford Center for Chicano Research from 1980-1985, and played a large supporting role during the student hunger strike in 1994.

The Daily sat down to discuss the development of the CCSRE in the aftermath of the hunger strike as well as his thoughts on the changes in the campus culture regarding race and ethnicity.

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