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Underrepresentation of Black communities in British archives is a common issue, with the archives that do exist presenting a colonial perspective. Serendipity’s Collections Archivist and Digital Archivist will discuss the ongoing work for the Living Archive, to ensure the representation of the vast array of Black communities present in Britain. In order for the Living Archive to demonstrate best practice for race and representation, guests will be invited to share their views for how to achieve this and what will help them to feel seen in a British archive.

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Race and Representation in the Archive: Pay what you can: £10
£ 10.00
Race and Representation in the Archive: Pay what you can: £7
£ 7.00
Race and Representation in the Archive: Pay what you can: £5
£ 5.00

Details

Date:
17 July
Time:
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
£5.00 – £10.00
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Organizer

Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Heritage
Phone
0116 482 1394
Email
info@serendipity-uk.com
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Venue

Dialogue Box – Serendipity Institute for Black Arts and Heritage
21 Bowling Green Street
Leicester, LE1 6AS
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Phone
0116 482 1394
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