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The Windermere Children

In this blogpost for International Children's Day Jewish Museum Intern , Mona, shares her research revealing the story of the Windermere Children.

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Jews in Jamaica

In this blogpost Jewish Museum Intern , Rebecca, shares her research revealing the history of Jews in Jamaica as we celebrate Black History and the connection between Black and Jewish communities this month and beyond.

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World Photography Day

19 August is World Photography Day. Our ARSP intern Hannah has written a blog post exploring photographs from our collection all about the Perkoff family.

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Refugee Week: Learning from the Past

This week is Refugee Week: a week to celebrate the coming together and communication of different communities and create a culture of welcome. Our ARSP intern Hannah has written a blog inspired by Refugee Week.

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The Abayudaya: The Jews of Uganda

In October the Jewish Museum London celebrated Black History Month. In honour of this, one of the Museum’s Learning Officers, Shereen Hunte, led tours around the museum looking at the black Jewish community. The Ugandan Jews have had a prominent part in these tours as we currently have a temporary exhibition on their community, the Abayudaya. The exhibition consists of photographs taken by one of the museum’s volunteers, Daniel, and professional photographer, Rena Pearl.

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