Art of Solidarity is an exhibition bursting with color, opinion, and attitude. It is therefore perfectly
sited at Liverpool’s International Slavery Museum (ISM), created 10 years ago with the
intention of campaigning against racism and other forms of human rights abuses. Since its foundation
in 2007, the ISM—home of the Federation of International Human Rights Museums
(FIHRM)—has featured exhibitions on imperialism;
prostitution; domestic servitude; life
in Sierra Leone; modern slavery in India; child
migrants; apartheid in South Africa; cricket and
its relationships to culture, class, and politics;
the race riots in Liverpool in 1981; the iniquities
of the cotton industry; the oil industry in West
Africa; human trafficking; and so on.
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