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The Amazing Afterlife of James Cameron

At age 16 Dr. James Cameron survived a lynching that killed two other teenagers in Indiana to become one of the many unsung activists of the civil rights movement. In 2006, he made Dr. Fran Kaplan a steward of his vision, mission, and museum. In this multimedia presentation, Fran shares what we can learn from the life of this extraordinary man, from America’s Black Holocaust Museum that he founded in Milwaukee, what her own involvement has meant, and what we all can do to promote the racial repair and reconciliation that Dr. Cameron spent his life pursuing.


Fran Kaplan

Fran Kaplan, EdD, MSW is Co-Founder of Nurturing Diversity Partners, a consulting firm fostering diversity, inclusion, and equity within institutions and communities. Kaplan has spent 55 years working for social justice. She has served as an educator, social worker, community ... read more

Date: Fri, Dec 2

Delivery Method: In-person With Livestream

Time: 1-3:30pm CT

Location: UWM Hefter Conference Center or view on Zoom

Instructor: Fran Kaplan

Fee: $10

Program Number: FALL:378

Registration opens Tue, Aug 16.

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