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Live! SussedBlackWoman digital resource

11 June 2024

View our unique archive sharing the life and work of writer SuAndi in her own words – and sign up for the online discussion

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GUEST POST: Navigating mixedness in therapy

10 June 2024

Counsellor Yvon Guest on how history enters the therapy room

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Our YouTube channel surpasses 55,000 views

1 June 2024

The Mixed Museum’s YouTube channel has become a key platform for sharing Britain’s mixed race history to an international audience

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Our new project ‘Mapping Black GI bases in East Anglia’

29 April 2024

Learn about our new project exploring the locations of WW2 Black GIs camps in East Anglia thanks to funding by ARU.

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In Conversation with...

Enjoy fresh perspectives on our shared past in our new interview series. It features those who are exploring Britain’s mixed race histories through their work, often drawing on themes in our collection and exhibitions. 

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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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