William Díaz Papers, 1980-2001

Collection, 2005-001

The first Latino Program Director for the Ford Foundation (1983) and a Senior Fellow at the University of Minnesota’s Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, William Díaz was vice chairman of the Minnesota State Latino Affairs Council and helped found the Puerto Rico Community Foundation. He also served on the boards of Hispanics in Philanthropy, ASPIRA of America and ASPIRA of New York, Inc. and the Council on Foundations, among other organizations. Collection contains correspondence, speeches, reports, brochures, resumes, newspaper clippings and event programs. The papers span various geographic regions, including New York, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Maryland.

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