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Mixed Museum and Wikimedia

We were one of Wikimedia’s first Connected Heritage partners. Through our Wikimedian in Residence programme, we have been working to enhance Wikipedia’s content on the history of racial mixing in Britain.

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“This history needs to be known”

30 June 2023

An emotional and thought-provoking evening exploring the lives of Britain’s ‘brown babies’

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Marking Windrush 75

22 June 2023

In our Windrush Day reflections, we discuss the mixed race families on the ship – and ongoing injustice

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EVENT: Fablehouse Mixed Museum x Foundling Museum

14 June 2023

Join The Mixed Museum and guests at the Foundling Museum for a special event to mark the publication of Fablehouse

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GUEST POST: How US segregation came to Cornwall

13 June 2023

Charlotte Marchant shares her groundbreaking new research into the Jim Crow-style discrimination faced by Black American GIs in Cornwall during World War Two.

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