Terence LeMaile, a Graziadio Business School alumnus, recently helped to organize the first annual Blackout for Human Rights Music & Film Festival in Los Angeles. Blackout for Human Rights is a collective of activists, artists, filmmakers, musicians and more who are committing their time and talents to address human rights violations in the United States. The daylong event involved an arts festival, panel discussions and musical performances attracting several celebrities with a social justice bent, including comedian Chris Rock, director Justin Simien, and actress Tessa Thompson, among others. As a Music Producer and Coordinator for the event, LeMaile was heavily involved in the Music Storytellers panel and the #SayHerName Music Showcase. LeMaile is based in the Los Angeles area and completed his BSM at Pepperdine University in 2014 and is currently pursuing his MBA at Pepperdine University as well in the combined BSM/MBA Program.