This October, as part of Black History Month, Europeana is sharing stories, projects and collections to highlight Black history in Europe and beyond. Today, the UK-based Horniman Museum and Gardens describes the work they are doing to celebrate and share the Black cultural heritage in their collections.
The WEAVE project is working to develop a framework that links and preserves the tangible and intangible heritage of different cultural communities. We take a look at their plans and invite you to join the project’s LabDay workshops.
Kati Lőrincz, Europeana Education Ambassador for Hungary, shares her experience of encouraging conversations around diversity and inclusion with students and offers tips to foster more inclusive school environments by using digital cultural heritage content.