The violence in Cameroon over the last few months has escalated. Internet Service in several English-speaking regions have been cut. Several protesters have been killed, and many individuals now fear for their lives.
This story has received little attention from the U.S. press.
Many of our congregations have members from Cameroon, and several of them have been directly impacted. One of our pastors reports the following:
A family in my congregation is from English speaking Cameroon. They sent their daughter back home to go to school in Bamenda, under the care of her aunt. When the civic unrest broke out, she did not return to school, but is now in lock down until she and her aunt can get to the airport.
What you can do:
2) Contact your Representatives and ask them to respond to this crisis with diplomatic pressure.
3) Reach out to news outlets and ask them to carry information and news about what is happening in Cameroon.