Oral history interview, Gregory Jaramillo, 2013 (video and transcript)
Boulder County Latino History Project, Maria Rogers Oral History Program, and Carnegie Branch Library for Local History, Boulder Public Library. Click on the above link to access complete bibliographic information.
Gregory Jaramillo was born in 1951. Grandfather coal miner in Trinidad, later migrant farm worker; mother from Alamosa. Undergrad. at Colorado State University in the 1970s, era of Chicano radicalism; active in UMAS and MECHA; Corky Gonzales and Crusade for Justice. Linked with American Indian movement. Worked as physician's assistant at clinic in Rocky Ford. Received his license to practice medicine from the University of Colorado-Denver. Did residency in Clinica Campesina in Lafayette He works for Salud Family Health Center in Longmont, Colorado. Describes work in clinic and care provided for low-income patients. Volunteers in community, stress on education. Problems of being a Chicano in medicine.
Colo; Rocky Ford
Oral history, Gregory Jaramillo
People Shown or Mentioned:
Gregory Jaramillo; Dr. Vigilio Lacona; Dr. Richard Rivera
Location of Original:
Maria Rogers Oral History Program at Carnegie Branch Library for Local History, Boulder Public Library