The true story of eighty-nine young people who risked their lives and their freedom to find common ground in the midst of Cameroon’s bloody Anglophone Crisis, the teachers who stood by them, the parents who supported them, and the woman who made it her mission to help them find their voice in the din of war. Fraught with harrowing accounts of mass killings, government-sponsored torture, arms trafficking, and a narrowly thwarted kidnapping attempt, this foray into pedagogical game theory is a tribute to all who seek knowledge, serve justice, and speak their truth in the face of unimaginable persecution.
274 printed pages on 70# paper. Color interior.
Dimensions: 6 in. x 9 in. x .74 in. ISBN: 979-8987309100.