USC Annenberg's Center for Public Diplomacy hosted some of the bravest women in the world today.
Each year the U.S. State Department recognizes "women of courage." These women are recognized for advancing human rights.
Anne Branigin spoke with one of the honorees, Vicky Ntetema, a former journalist who investigated the murders of albinos in her home country of Tanzania. That story brought her to the forefront of a battle against witch doctors, and almost cost her life.