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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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“A tremendous ovation”

22 November 2023

Thanks to the Dome, our new short film will tell the story of composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor in Brighton

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Uncovering Joseph Bologne, the ‘Queer Chevalier’

15 November 2023

Exploring the extraordinary life of the mixed French musician Chevalier de Saint-Georges, who was friends with the Prince of Wales

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GUEST POST: Intern Lucy Beston on TMM at Plymouth Community History Festival

8 November 2023

Learn about the histories of three pioneering mixed race men we came across during our visit to Plymouth – and why local stories matter

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Diverse talent agency Urban Angels celebrates 20 years

11 October 2023

Our Creative Director was among the alumni celebrating two decades of the pioneering children’s modelling agency

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