A groundbreaking photographer who documented the lives of black Londoners in North Kensington.
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What does Sam's silverware tell us about Pepys and his times?
Learn about the extraordinary culture that emerged in Sierra Leone from a mixture of black Londoners, freed slaves who fought for the British Empire, and liberated Africans.
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The museum supports university learning, teaching and research in all sorts of ways. Find out how our rich collections can be explored and how we are enabling new and exciting research.
Packed with collections ranging from fashion to archaeology, Suffragettes to Swinging Sixties, the museum is a rich resource for university students and academic staff.
We can support learning and teaching through visits tailored to your curriculum needs, access to staff expertise and entry to exhibitions.
We work with several London universities to offer dedicated courses and summer schools. Student projects here have created stunning new work, whilst PhD research continues to extend and challenge our collections knowledge.
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