"Sit with Me" Story of the Exhibition
Newcastle University and Discovery Museum
Slow down and engage with migrant stories from the past
"Sit with Me" is an exhibition developed jointly by The Newcastle University and the Discovery Museum inviting visitors to slow down and engage with migrant stories from the past.
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