Camille Bethune-Brown

Camille Bethune-Brown (she/her) Is a Historian and Curator working at the intersection of race and disability studies. She is an expert of late 19th and 20th century African American culture and historiography in relation to the emergence of museums and memory-making.  Camille offers spirited conversations creating inclusive stories about the past. Camille believes in thought-provoking conversations that force America’s reckoning with its collective past.  Throughout Camille’s education and experiences, she’s had the opportunity to share inclusive history and culture with a wide diverse audience while working with some of the most influential institutions and talented professionals in the field.

Camille is a disabled Mixed- Race Black woman currently based in Southern California and Washington D.C.