Detroit based group focused on mexican repatriation history; headed by Elena Herrada, the daughter of a repatriate.
Assistant professor of elementary and bilingual education at Cal State Fullerton who is researching the history of repatriation.
An excellent resource for a history of racist immigration laws.
An interview about mexican repatriation aired on a CBC news radio program on November 7, 2007. Listen to the interview here.
|"During the Great Depression, anywhere from one to two million people were deported in an effort by the government to free up jobs for those who were considered “real Americans” and rid the county governments of “the problem.” The campaign, called the Mexican Reparation, was authorized by President Herbert Hoover."