From the Acton U. photo file

Cheryl, from Texas, works with homeless women and former prostitutes to learn job skills and get educated in order to provide for themselves and their children.
 Our hard-working interns at the t-shirt table the last night of A.U.
 Two of our presenters, Anielka Munkel and Victor Claar.  Anielka is a staff member at Acton, is our Projects Manager, and spoke on social entrepreneurship.  Victor is an economist;  you can read his blog here.
 My friend and co-worker, Mark Weber, being interviewed by Ave Maria radio's Al Kresta about his documentary, "Strong Bodies Fight."

Behind the scenes:  Stuart, one of our interns, down-loading audio for the Acton website.

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