How to Tell Your Dr. Cameron Story

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Tell Us How You Remember Dr. Cameron!

Many people interacted with Dr. James Cameron during his long life as a civil rights pioneer, family man, worker, author, orator, educator, and museum founder.

Perhaps you were fortunate to be one of those who learned, laughed, broke bread, and/or became inspired, by this man. Here is an opportunity to share your story.

Two ways to tell your story:

• Make a short (1-3 minutes) video of yourself telling your story
• Send your story (200-800 words) in text

Send your story to video@abhmuseum.org and we will review and, if it meets our guidelines for comments, post it on this page.

In your email, please include your name, state and country, and occupation (optional).

Correy Joe Biddle worked at the museum for several years. She remembers how playful and funny Dr. Cameron could be.

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