African Stories in Hull & East Yorkshire Project Updates
On Tuesday we released the story of Desmond Tutu. The social rights activist and Anglican clergymen visited Hull on three occasions between 1989 and 2007. Tutu was given the freedom of the city in the 1980s and remains the patron of the Wilberforce Institute for the study of Slavery and Emancipation. Find out more about Tutu’s ties to Hull and East Yorkshire here.
Blog Post: Roundup of Exhibition and Associated Events
Our blog this week focused on a roundup of the events we organised to coincide with our exhibition and Black History month.
Click here to see what find out what we have been up to in the last four weeks.
Blog Post: Boulevard Academy's Report on our Schools Study Day
Following on from yesterday's blog post review of our recent exhibition and events, a couple of the students from Boulevard School in Hull have kindly put together a report for us about what they experienced and took away from the day. You can read the post here
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