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Meg Guerra   NARRATOR

Maria "Meg" Guerra

Region: Rio Grande Valley

Topics: Journalism, Publishing, Border issues, Ranching

Ms. Guerra is an editor and publisher of the newspaper, LareDOS, which covers a variety of issues throughout the Texas/Mexico borderlands. The newspaper has been a traditional chronicle of local cultural, business, athletic and day-to-day lifecycle events. As well, the newspaper has been a thorough investigator of and witness to political corruption, social inequity and environmental negligence along the border. Ms. Guerra's interest in the long-term vitality and sustainability of the area is also shown in her deep local roots, which date back to 1750, and her stake in a family ranch near Zapata.


March 2, 2000
San Ygnacio, Texas
Reels 2097 and 2098

Please see a short  Real Media video excerpt from our interview with Ms  Guerra.

Please see the video (reel 2097 and 2098) or the  transcript of Ms Guerra's full interview.







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