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Radical Lates: second Thurs each month 10.00am - 8.00pm
Archive & Study Centre: Mon to Fri 10.00am – 5.00pm, lunchtime closure 12.30pm – 1.30pm
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Coronavirus update: 5 May 2020

Like the rest of the world, People’s History Museum (PHM) is having to do things very differently at the moment as we all collectively seek to minimise the impact of COVID-19.? During this time the museum stands in solidarity behind the message #StayHomeSaveLives.

To continue our exploration of the world of radical heroes that PHM brings to life, the team has curated a selection of fun activities and learning opportunities that can be enjoyed online.??Ideas Worth Exploring?is a digital doorway through to our events programme and learning projects and includes some PHM favourites that have been taken online for the first time, digital learning resources and brand new initiatives.? There are ideas for those with little ones to entertain, ways to add creativity to home schooling and inspirational home learning for adults all brought to you by the PHM team and the freelance artists that we work with.

Alongside this we are continuing to look at new ways of approaching the museum’s headline theme for 2020; migration.? This is being co-created with a Community Programme Team that is made up of people whose lives have been shaped by migration experiences.? Some of this activity will be delivered online and some will take place at the museum when it is able to re-open.

We will continue to share updates and hope that you will continue to stay in touch; look out for news on this?website,?sign up to our?regular e-newsletter,?subscribe to our?blog,?and find us on?Twitter?@PHMMcr Facebook?@PHMMcr, and Instagram?@phmmcr.? In these difficult and challenging times for all, our work has never felt more relevant, so if you are able to?add your support?it would be greatly appreciated.? We look forward to welcoming you to the home of ideas worth fighting for when we are able to open to the public again.

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Exploring migration @ People's History Museum. Illustration by Danielle RhodaThe museum provides opportunities for all people to learn about, be inspired by and get involved in ideas worth fighting for; ideas such as equality, social justice, co-operation, and a fair world for all.

PHM’s year long programme for 2020 explores migration, co-created by a Community Programme Team made up of people whose lives have been shaped by migration.

This is PHM’s most ambitious programme ever and takes place during the year in which it also marks its own 10th birthday.

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People's History Museum 10 years on. Illustration by Danielle Rhoda

People's History Museum 10 years on

The museum celebrates its 10th birthday as the home of ideas worth fighting for in 2020, here Director Katy Ashton shares why, as the national museum of democracy, the museum’s collections and our work have never been as relevant or resonant as they are today.



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To care for the health and well-being of our staff, visitors and the wider public and to reduce risk of COVID-19 from today (17 March) events and learning sessions won't be taking place at People's History Museum

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