09.01.2021:Virtual Black History Tour of the British Museum

December 11, 2020

Black History Studies presents our Virtual Black History Tour of the British Museum on Saturday 9 January 2021

Sat, 9 January 2021 19:00 – 20:30

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.

THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED.

This virtual tour will take place on Saturday 9th January 2021 from 19:00 to 21:00 GMT.

Tickets for virtual tour cost £8.00 per person.

Location: This is a WEBINAR via Zoom. The Zoom link will be provided upon registration.

*** THE VIRTUAL TOUR STARTS AT 19:00 UK TIME. PLEASE JOIN THE WEBINAR ON TIME VIA ZOOM TO AVOID MISSING OUT ***

Things to note:

– This webinar will not be recorded.

– By signing up, you are agreeing to be added to the – Black History Studies mailing list (please drop us a note if you’d like not to be).

– Tickets for this webinar are non-refundable and non-transferable.

For more information contact Black History Studies on 0208 881 0660 or 07951 234233 or email [email protected]

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