Museums celebrate contributions of Black Britons to British culture.

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Museums celebrate contributions of Black Britons to British culture.

The exhibition aims to raise awareness of the contribution Black Britons have made to British culture. 

London Live’s Claudia Liza-Armah spoke to the exhibition’s curator, Dr Kimberley Keith, who explained why it’s important images such as these are shown.  

Dr Keith told Claudia how the museums found the images and shared her favourites, before explaining both the significance of them and what the reveal about the way black people have lived in Britain and their contributions to society. 

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