Cameron Freeman was killed by a drunk driver two years ago, now his mother is speaking to students, warning them about the consequences of driving while intoxicated.
Shelley Freeman of Lincoln says her son wanted to change the world, but his life was cut short after he was killed by a man who had too much to drink and chose to drive. Freeman is speaking to students at high schools across Lincoln, using Cameron's story to educate them.
Freeman is also taking action by promoting the "Cameron Effect", a program which encourages Nebraskans to perform seven acts of kindness between September 11th and December 7th, which would have been Cameron's 23rd birthday.
Participants are encouraged to fill out a kindness card, listing those acts and then drop them off at any Hy-Vee or library branch location in Lincoln during that time period.