27.10.2020: Virtual Black History Tour of the British Museum, online event

September 30, 2020

Tuesday 27 October
7pm  

Black History Studies 

Virtual Black History Tour of the British Museum  

Black History Studies lead a Black History Tour of the British Museum highlighting artefacts of African History held in the Museum. Because of COVID-19, these tours have obviously been postponed.  

In this presentation, we will take you to the same artefacts, journey together through the British Museum and further afield, to learn about African civilisations such as Ancient Egypt, Nubia and much more. 

Register for the Zoom Meeting before Tuesday 27 October at 7pm    

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