NEW EXHIBITION | Re-imagine: Black Women in Britain

Our inaugural exhibition Re-imagine: Black Women in Listen to a tapestry of voices and re-imagine the historical accounts of an 18th century freedom fighter, social and political activists, talented musicians, writers and a woman serving in the Royal Navy. 24 July – 30 November 2014 FREE admission more information about our programme Check out our […]

There’s something about Mary: Mary Seacole and the National Curriculum

S.I. Martin, Learning Manager at Black Cultural Archives, considers the implications of Mary Seacole and Olaudah Equiano’s potential removal from the National Curriculum. [caption id=”attachment_1650″ align=”aligncenter” her return from the Crimean war when thousands flocked to Royal Surrey Gardens to raise funds for her during a four day long pageant. Mary Seacole’s is a vitally […]

Black Cultural Archives opposes the proposed removal of Mary Seacole and Olaudah Equiano from the National Curriculum