Aloha Backenstose is the motion graphics producer with the Center for American Progress. They grew up in Arlington, Virginia, and recently graduated from James Madison University, where they studied both film production and film studies. Much of their work, including an award-winning short documentary, centers on the experiences of minority groups. Prior to becoming a full-time staff member, Backenstose was an intern with the Art, Editorial, and Video department.
By Aloha Backenstose
|Introducing Clean Slate||Center for American Progress||April 12, 2019|
|No More Thoughts. No More Prayers. It’s Time for Action on Gun Violence.||Center for American Progress||January 22, 2019|
|How to Match Students With Schools They Choose||Center for American Progress||November 13, 2018|