NEWS: International Slavery Museum marks ten years with stories of Ink and Blood 

New exhibit on slavery in Argentina, Cuba, Jamaica, the United States and Bahrain opens:

Young Negro from Saint-Pierre” © Private Collection

“The young Jamaican African boy peering out from a nineteenth century photograph found by the curator of a timely new exhibition at the International Slavery Museum may be unknown and slowly vanishing into the paper, but says Jean-Francois Manicom, “he is for me the representation of all the unnamed people who suffered in slavery.”

“Manicom has curated the Liverpool museum’s tenth anniversary exhibition, Ink and blood: Stories of Abolition, which shows abolition up close through ink (paper) and blood (people), via personal stories from Argentina, Cuba, Jamaica, the United States and Bahrain…”

Read the rest: http://museumcrush.org/international-slavery-museum-marks-ten-years-with-stories-of-ink-and-blood/

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