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Related sites which may be of interest


Equiano Sites 

  1. Brycchan Carey’s Equiano site
  2. The BBC’s page on Equiano
  3. Wikipedia’s Equiano page
  4. Olaudah Equiano, one of the top 100 great black Britons
  5. A page from Cambridgeshire Archives Service containing key documents from Equiano’s life

2007 Sites

  1. Anti-Slavery International
  2. Set All Free
  3. DCMS 2007 Bicentennial page
  4. DirectGov’s 2007 Bicentennial page
  5. Abolition 200 homepage
  6. The BBC’s abolition page

Local Sites

  1. Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery
  2. BMAGIC Online Museums Collections
  3. Birmingham Black History
  4. Connecting Histories
  5. Revolutionary Players
  6. Digital Handsworth
  7. Birmingham City Council’s black history page 

Education/Black History Sites

  1. Black History 4 Schools by Dan Lyndon
  2. Understanding Slavery

Local Venues/Groups

  1. The African-Caribbean Millennium Centre in Winson Green, Birmingham
  2. The Drum - an arts and cultural centre in Aston, Birmingham

Project supporters

  1. Birmingham City Council
  2. The Heritage Lottery Fund
  3. Museums, Libraries and Archives Council
  4. Renaissance West Midlands


If you would like a reciprocal link to your site please email: equiano@birmingham.gov.uk
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