National Portrait Gallery online

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The National Protrait Gallery was established in 1856 and has since managed to collect 215,000 portraits of famous figures throughout British History some of which feature Muslims and some which are connected to Muslims. 
Note: The actual gallery is now closed for 3 years.

This is an online presentation via Zoom and can be booked by schools, workplaces, organisations or families. Please email for further details.

Approx 1.5 hours
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Highlights

We will be looking at a Black Muslim who became enslaved and fails at times to be mentioned in Black history month despite having British connections and contributions done in England in 1700s.

British alliance with the Ottomans during the Crimean war leads to a wrongly designed British note

Malala the first & second, but just who is Malala first and why is she unknown?

500 years of Muslims living with amnesia 

Western disclosers of pirates, privateers, and Mujahideen

East India Company, Lucknow - A War of Words

Decolonisation

And much more!