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It’s the International Day of the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition. The Museum of Belize currently features the enSLAVEd exhibit, which features the Middle Passage and the Trade. Come and see for yourself!

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“In the night of 22 to 23 August 1791, men and women, torn from Africa and sold into slavery, revolted against the slave system to obtain freedom and independence for Haiti, gained in 1804. The uprising was a turning point in human history, greatly impacting the establishment of universal human rights, for which we are all indebted.” -UNESCO

 

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The Museum of Belize proudly presents ‘A Call for Artists’ the first in a series of exhibitions to show and promote the work of our talented Belizean artists. Stop by the museum today to see these beautiful artworks on display! Visit our Facebook page daily to see our featured artists.

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Wait no longer…our upgraded Insect Room is now open!!

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