By Director of HR Alison Lodge (she/her)
With Pride Month well underway, excitement building for the Pride in London’s first parade in three years and our rainbow flag flying proudly above the Musuem in South Kensington, it feels timely to share some recent LGBTQ+ initiatives at the Natural History Museum.
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The centenary of the First World War (1914-1918) has generated a great deal of new research. It has brought to the fore stories that have enabled us to learn a lot more about our country’s history, many of which had, until this point, been widely unknown.
Marking this four year period has focused the minds not only of individuals but also businesses and organisations, encouraging us to take a closer look at the affect the Great War had on ordinary lives. The Natural History Museum is one such organisation, and October saw the publication of A Museum at War: Snapshots of life at the Natural History Museum during World War One written by Karolyn Shindler (Library and Archives Associate).
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