The Everyday Muslim Project is a project working to collate a central archive of Muslim lives, arts, education and cultures from across Britain. The initiative was founded by the Khizra Foundation in order to tackle the lack of representation of the Muslim community in the heritage sector.
The archive consists of at least 40 oral history interviews – available in video and audio format, photographs and documents and transcripts of the interviews. The entire archive is avaiable at Bishopsgate Institute search room and online.
Find out more about the project on their website.
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An initiative to tackle the lack of representation of Muslims in the heritage sector.
The project works to create a central archive of Muslim lives, arts, education and cultures from across the UK.
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