At the Reunification Monument in Yaounde, the Ministry of Arts and Culture in collaboration with the United States Embassy and the charity, “Route des Chefferies,” organized an exhibition titled “Remembering the History of Slavery and Slave Trade in Cameroon” as an opportunity for visitors to view paintings, pictures and works of art depicting the Slave Trade and slavery in Cameroon, and also as a way to pay a homage to those who died in slavery.
Currently, the historic site of Bimbia (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV-LfzkTyA4) in South West region is a part of the government’s policy to restore national heritage. Together with the US Department, the Ambassador’s Fund for the Preservation and Restoration of the Historic and Heritage Site of Bimbia, the government provides direct grant support for the preservation of cultural sites and objects and collections declared of cultural interests.
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