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On International Slavery Remembrance Day, we look at the role London played in the transatlantic slave trade.
On International Slavery Remembrance Day our curator, Aaron Jaffer, remembers those forced to take their own lives during the horrific 'Middle Passage'.
On 23 August Steve Martin will join us to mark International Slavery Remembrance Day. He talks to us about his Greenwich Tour, Black Sailors and Scribes, looking at the lives of African sailors and their impact on Greenwich.
Craig Hollander, from The College of New Jersey, asks how should we commemorate International Slavery Remembrance Day on 23 August.
Need a little help getting the hang of Rio's layout? Pieter van der Merwe comes to the rescue with a beautiful 19th-century panorama and chart of the area.
Ahead of our Pirate Takeover, Curator of Naval History, James Davey, shares examples of real pirates who were far more characterful than those of fiction.
As we prepare for our Family Pirate Takeover, Curator of Art, Melanie Vandenbrouck has been looking at playful portrayals of pirates in our collection.
On the day of the recent Referendum result, we considered the long history of people fleeing persecution, famine and/or war. Journalist Dr Thembi Mutch outlines the discussion.
Last week we discussed the build up to the Spanish Armada, today we look at its arrival off the English coast and the most famous speech of Queen Elizabeth's reign.