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The Mrs. Ada Doss Campbell Story

a voice to the voiceless.

 “That is, in this life, who we are for one another–fellow sojourners and witnesses. We are here to see and hear one another.” ― Cicely Tyson, Just as I Am


National Press Photographers Association, NPPA TV Quarterly Clip Contest 2021 Q2, Central General, In Depth/Investigative 1st Place, Phillip Murrell,

WHAS, Ada Doss Campbell Sep 2, 2021

her narrative explores

Racial & Gender Discrimination

Mental Health Awareness, Medical Neglect
& Medical Racism

Human Erasure

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality,

tied in a single garment of destiny.

Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.

— Martin Luther King Jr.

stand in solidarity with us as we


Mrs. Ada Doss Campbell

death by ‘professional neglect’ 1940

Phoenix Global Humanitarian Foundation amplifies the many powerful stories of Mrs. Ada Doss Campbell through ongoing research, mental health awareness initiatives, community education opportunities, and  wellness programs focused on racial healing, equity, and women's empowerment.


Restoring Voice is the arc of Humanity

Through the growing support of advocates, civic leaders, community partners, artists, journalists, photographers, storytellers, sponsors,

in-kind contributors, and donors  

the narrative of Mrs. Ada Doss Campbell has a far-reaching impact to provide 

a voice to the voiceless.

We are forever grateful.

share, support & stand

 with PGHF

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