Julian Camera is the Field Organizer for the ACLU of Colorado. In this position, he works with the Advocacy Department on a variety of local, state-wide, and national issue-specific campaigns with an intent to build power in community and protect civil rights and civil liberties for all people. Julian has campaigned, organized, and advocated for LGBTQ+ rights, immigrants’ rights, voting rights, housing, homelessness, criminal legal reform, free speech, reproductive justice, and more.
Julian received a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Anthropology at the University of Colorado Denver and was a part of the Denver Foundations Non-profit Internship Program where he worked for Denver Urban Gardens – a non-profit working to provide low-income communities with access to good-quality, fresh food.
Julian has advocated for LGBTQ+ people with a focus on transgender rights but his passion for advocacy goes beyond one issue, and strongly believes, as Fanny Lou Hamer said, “Nobody’s free until everybody’s free.”