International Slavery Museum – My Life, My Words

imageMy Life, My Words
2 February – July 2009 (End date to be confirmed)
Multi media display in the Anthony Walker Education Centre.
A small display of videos and images exploring the lives and experiences of three individuals from the Black communities within Liverpool and their relationships with an ever changing city.



Please note that the exhibition space will be temporarily closed  for essential renovation work from 20 April to 15 May. Apologies for any inconvenience.

The three people featured are:

* Hulbert Priddie, born in 1930, who came to Liverpool in 1955 from Trinidad and Tobago.
* Stella Wilke, born in 1942 in Guyana. Mrs Wilke moved to Liverpool with her two eldest children in 1962 to join her husband, who had come the previous year.
* Rudolf Murray, born in 1933, who sailed from Barbados to Liverpool as a merchant s

Venue details

Old photo of a group of smartly dressed people
Photograph courtesy of Rudolph Murray


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