Purpose: To honor and advance the work of civil rights pioneer, Dr. James Cameron, by preserving and sharing the African American experience as part of American history and culture, promoting interracial dialogue, and fostering repair and reconciliation.

Vision: We envision a humane and peaceful world in which all individuals and communities thrive.

Mission: To foster public appreciation of the African American experience.

 

 

Cameron Legacy Foundation Programs:

  • America’s Black Holocaust Virtual Museum (www.abhmuseum.org)
    • 2900+ online exhibits recounting stories of the African
      American experience from the early 1600’s to today to a global
      audience
    • Mobile exhibits supported by public talks to venues around
      Southeast Wisconsin
  • Griot To Go Speakers Bureau & Public Programming (info at abhmuseum.org)
    • Lecture/discussion series, intergroup dialogues and
      workshops, multimedia and panel presentations, book talks,
      and arts and humanities
    • Interviews, background text, and images re: issues of race and
      racism provided to local, regional and national media
    • Consulting for schools, universities, churches, community based
      and arts organizations on regional and national
      conferences, curricula, and special projects
  • LifeWrites Press (www.atimeofterror.info)
    • Original print and electronic books