On April 3, 2019, co-authors Baptiste Paul and Miranda Paul will be joined by environmental hero “Farmer” Tantoh Nforba, grassroots activist from Cameroon, Africa for a special youth group presentations at Prince of Peace Catholic Parish in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Members of the community and media may contact the parish to request permission to attend and/or interview the special guest speakers for a media appearance. Advance copies of the book are also available to reviewers and press/media covering the event. Please request your advance copy at this link.
These appearances are in conjunction with a special nationwide spring I AM FARMER tour, which coincides with the publication of their new book, I AM FARMER: Growing an Environmental Movement in Cameroon.
“The Church is likewise conscious of the responsibility which all of us have for our world, for the whole of creation, which we must love and protect. There is much that we can do to benefit the poor, the needy and those who suffer, and to favor justice, promote reconciliation and build peace.” —Pope Francis, March 2013, Audience with Representatives of the Churches and Ecclesial Communities and of the Different Religions