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    Grime Stories (until December 2022)

    A free display exploring the history of grime in East London and the community at its heart. Including a series of newly commissioned films and personal objects from some of the key players in the scene.


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    Feeding Black: Community, Power & Place

    Now open, Museum of London Docklands

    This brand new, free display spotlights four African and Caribbean businesses and their owners, exploring how they are much more than the services and goods they provide.

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    University of Repair

    University of Repair (UoR ) is a mobile, open-ended and site-specific series of interventions that draws on the museum’s London, Sugar & Slavery gallery to initiate a process of repair.

    Check out our public programme of events, conferences and more by clicking the link below.

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