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Review: Lubaina Himid at Walker Art Gallery

Lubaina Himid “Naming the Money” Walker Art Gallery, until 18th March 2018 Words, Julia Johnson It’s an awkward but undeniable fact that considerable parts of Liverpool’s past...

Turner Nominee leads Black History Month events

TURNER NOMINEE LEADS BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS at National Museums Liverpool  A powerful new exhibition by 2017 Turner Prize Nominee Lubaina Himid MBE, leads a packed...

Ink and blood: Stories of abolition, special exhibition for 10 years of the International...

Ink and blood: Stories of abolition opens Special exhibition for 10 years of the International Slavery Museum The International Slavery Museum in Liverpool is revealing the...

10 years of International Slavery Museum

10 years of International Slavery Museum The International Slavery Museum in Liverpool is marking its 10th anniversary this year, after first opening its doors on 23...

Review: Art of Solidarity: Cuban posters for African liberation

Think of the words “revolution” and “1960s”, and most of us think of Peace and Love. But in most of the world at the time, “revolution” meant something much more serious.

Black Panther Newspapers arrive at the International Slavery Museum

Black Panther Newspapers arrive at the International Slavery Museum Article first published by National Museums Liverpool blog: here October is the 50th anniversary of the founding of...

Acting Curator of International Slavery Museum

DEADLINE: 13th October 2016
BARBARITIES IN THE WEST INDIAS- by James Gillray. Courtesy of National Museums Liverpool

International Slavery Museum Expands Its Collection

The International Slavery Museum has announced its first acquisition following a funding boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund. It is a copper engraving by the famous British caricaturist James Gillray, published in 1851, depicting an infamous scene of cruelty described during a parliamentary motion for the abolition of the slave trade.

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