Reckoning with Refugeedom at PS Mirabel

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Reckoning with Refugeedom at PS Mirabel, Manchester 26 September — 19 October 2019 Entrance is free — Visit now

A new artwork by Mei Yuk Wong shares the hidden voice of refugees in history and offers us the chance to consider their stories in relation to experiences today. The work responds to archive material from around the world that has been discovered by Reckoning with Refugeedom, a research project led by The University of Manchester, Department of History. Come along and pin your response to the work.

Part of Journeys Festival International Manchester.

Reckoning with Refugeedom at PS Mirabel, Manchester 26 September — 19 October 2019 Entrance is free Visit now

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