"Defending the rights of small farmers and their families in our state of Arauca means facing a lot of risk," Castellanos said. "I'm willing to suffer those consequences because I want a better future for my children - Melisa, Camila and Brandon.
Castellanos will be accompanied by Scott Nicholson, a former Montana resident who has been in Arauca since July 2006 documenting the human rights situation in the region. The presentation will include some of his photos of Arauca.
The presentation is sponsored by the Montana State University Women's Center and Community Action for Justice in the Americas.
For more information, contact Betsy Danforth at 994-3836.