Show us pictures of your visit to the International Slavery Museum

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children with their faces painted, listening intently to an unseen storyteller Family activities at last year's Slavery Remembrance Day © Simon Webb So we’re in the midst of the summer holidays!!  Here at the International Slavery Museum we have great free events every day of the week for all to enjoy, so far we’ve been having fun with flags, making funky shakers and also decorating traditional West African mask designs. Loads of you come every day to enjoy our sessions and we would love to see what you are making! Do you fancy sharing your pictures? You could tag International Slavery Museum on facebook or @slaverymuseum on twitter - and if you’re not following us, why not?! It’s a fantastic way of keeping up to date about all our upcoming events like all the activities this week around Slavery Remembrance Day. There is a family fun day on 21 August, the Dorothy Kuya Slavery Remembrance Memorial Lecture on the evening of 22 August and the walk of remembrance and libation plus special performances on 23 August. You can see the full events programme here. We’d love to see your pictures of these events so as an incentive we’re offering a small prize for the best picture of any of our activities this summer. It won’t be a Ferrari but think of the glory too. So be sure to follow us and send those pictures in!