We aren’t the only ones who are doing great work. Check out these other like-minded projects with similar values and missions.
Residents of Florence Park are keenly aware that the local street names bear the names of military men with brutal histories who worked for the East India Company. With the goal of ‘decolonising’ the neighbourhood, they have started a project intended to raise awareness about the colonial histories behind the names and contrast this with the real, vibrant history of the local community which dates back to the 1930s.
Alongside researchers from the Faculty of History at the University of Oxford, we have developed a project highlighting the unique history of medicine and healthcare in the city of Oxford. You can explore themes that are still challenges for medicine today, such as the role of anatomy in medical education, the treatment of mental health, and how innovations in drug development are shaped by patients.
Black History Walks offer walking tours, educational talks and films in London. They work with museums, schools, communities and universities to deliver a diverse and engaging programme of educational experiences for students, sightseers, businesses, film fans, and anyone with an interest in history and learning.
This tour provides participants with a history of Bristol as a port, explain how Bristol came to participate in the Transatlantic Slave Trade, and discuss Edward Colston’s divisive legacy to Bristol. The tour starts in the old port area in the city centre and continues via College Green and concludes in Queen Square.
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Explore the dazzling city of Cambridge with a local historian. We introduce you to the main city sites while going deeper into the complexities of local history, providing a unique introduction to the city and University.
Check out our latest expansion with an immersive tour of the ancient and beautiful city of York. Step into the past with a local researcher from the university and uncover the rich industrial history of the famed ‘Chocolate city’.