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Alumni returns to Inspire Students in Small Hometown
Race Relations Advocate and Author, A'Mera Frieman, Returns to Hometown, Cameron, Texas, to Give Current Students Inspiration to Succeed
Ms. Frieman, formerly A’Mera Gibbons, was an honor student and participated in extracurricular activities while she attended school at Cameron ISD including the UIL Journalism team. Ms. Frieman has a BAS in Criminal Justice and Business Administration from Dallas Baptist University. She uses her experiences and knowledge of living and working with diversity as a multicultural woman from an ethnically diverse background to create awareness for a colorblind nation. Breaking the Line Books issmall press created by Ms. Frieman to address social issues and give new and undiscovered writers guidance and direction in publishing. She has been a guest on numerous radio shows such as the Brad Davis Show and Phil Hulett and Friends for her work as a race relations advocate.
Currently, Ms. Frieman lives in Garland, Texas with her husband, Zach, and children, Angelise, Austin, Alacea, Hunter, Andrew, and Ariane.