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Blog - Learning

Black Lives and the Bethlem and Bridewell Governors

Archives, History, Learning

However there is one way that these important businessmen would have had a connection to black lives, and that is through their connections to the slave trade.

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Black Lives in Early Modern Bethlem

Archives, History, Learning

So what relationship did Bethlem have with Black Londoners - was it open to them, or did it only look to exclude minority ethnic communities?

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Black Lives in Early Modern Bridewell

Archives, History, Learning

A post introducing research on black lives in the Bridewell Hospital records

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Fun with Ink Blots - Home Learning Activity

Learning

Download our free Inkblot activity for children 7 and upwards

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Fun with Ink Blots!

Learning

An explanation for kids about our free downloadable activity sheet for ages 7+

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How to use Museum of the Mind's online historical sources

Learning

Our Archivist explains how to explore the rich online historical resources of the Museum of the Mind...

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Out and about; London Museums of Health and Medicine Event

Events, Learning

In which we take our museum handling objects on the road! 

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Farms, Faces and Feelings: Designing Bethlem Museum Family Trails

Collection, Learning

Learn more about Bethlem Museum’s new and exciting activity trails for families, encouraging learning, play and exploration. 

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