Inspired by her grandmother’s assistance to those suffering the repercussions of civil unrest in Colombia, Juliana Vélez now fights for women’s rights around the world through an organization called HerStory.
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival curates the best of the most recently made human rights cinema not available in wide release, while honoring the most relevant and compelling stories from around the world.
A program that gives CSU students real-world experience facilitating discussions on difficult issues recently celebrated its 10th anniversary.
“I love to bring people into the room who think they are so different from each other. Those are the starting points to work from to make the world a better place.”
Alumnus Jim Vidakovich has garnered a reputation as one of the top media strategists in Hollywood.
Joe Akmakjian, who graduated from CSU in 2013 with a dual degree in journalism and media communication and communication studies, has been named the first adult National Goodwill Ambassador for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
The ACT Human Rights Film Festival kicked off on Friday, April 15th, with six films showing at the Lory Student Center Theater over the opening weekend.