Gabriel Guerra-Mondragon Interview 2

Sub-Series, Guerra-Mondragon Interview 2
Part of: CENTRO: 100 Puerto Ricans Oral History Project, 2013- > Gabriel Guerra-Mondragon Interviews > Gabriel Guerra-Mondragon Interview 2

In the second session, Guerra-Mondragon explains his work as a Latino Coordinator for the George McGovern presidential campaign in 1972. He discusses his work in the US Commission on Civil Rights and his advocacy to draft the institutional report on the social and economic conditions of the Puerto Rican community in the mid 1970s. He also explains his work as a Desk Officer for the United States Department of State covering various Latin American and Caribbean countries. Guerra-Mondragon also details his work in Paris as part of the US delegation to UNESCO. At the end of the interview he speaks about his work and legacy in Chile-US relations as the US ambassador to Chile from 1994 to 1998 and the process of his appointment to ambassador by Congress during the Bill Clinton administration. 

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