7 June @ 3.30 pm - 4.30 pm
Join us for a virtual tour revealing Black History and Black Jewish History in the collection.
From the role of ‘blackness’ in Holy Texts to some of the ancient Jewish communities of Africa, we will be exploring the many ways in which race is portrayed through religion.
Led by Learning Officer Shereen Hunte, you will get the opportunity to learn and see some of the rare and unique objects in our collection.
This tour will be delivered by zoom. You will be sent the link with your booking confirmation.
If you are a friend of the museum, please email [email protected] for your free space.
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Learn what it means to be a refugee and understand the reasons why people might be forced to leave their homes through a guided exploration of one photograph in our collection. We will then share an activity for you to do at home which links to this year’s theme ‘We cannot walk alone.’
Discover the History of Jews in Britain from 1066, a history full of journeys and migration. From a medieval mikvah telling the story of the first Jewish community in Britain to photographs belonging to children who escaped Nazi Germany on the Kindertransport, this virtual tour explores many periods of migration.
Join us to explore refugee stories from our collection in this exclusive talk for our Friends and Patrons.