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    James Ford, former president of the Abyssinian Meeting House board, and current president Pam Cummings, are photographed at the Maine College of Art. Both were involved in helping to gather the stories about African American elders in Maine for the show "Still Standing."

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    From left, Pam Cummings, president of the Abyssinian Meeting House board, Elizabeth Jabar, MECA assistant dean, James Ford, former president of the Abyssinian board, and Elise Pepple, a MECA storyteller, photographed in the Institute of Contemporary Art at the Maine College of Art.

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    James Ford, former president of the Abyssinian Meeting House board.

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    Elise Pepple, storyteller at MECA, poses for a portrait in the Institute of Contemporary Art at the Maine College. Pepple helped her students gather stories for a collection of narratives from African American elders throughout Maine.

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