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Migrants: The Story of Us All

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Mukti Jain Campion speaks to historian James Evans, author of Emigrants:Why the English Sailed to the New World and to American historian Dr Linford Fisher to find out how those early English settlers fared and how Native Americans responded to the incursion of their lands.

Along the way, Miller dispels some popular myths, such as the idea that the Neanderthals were less intelligent than modern humans. The book is a vast work of synthesis, and Miller's choices of which episodes to highlight are both expected and distinctive, as any panoramic view of history must be. Well into the 20th century there were official schemes sending young children out to settle in former colonies such as Canada and Australia with the promise of a better life. the Reformation close Reformation The 16th century religious revolution that led to the establishment of the Protestant churches.For the third year, IMIX and IOM UK teamed up to run the International Migrants Day Ambassador Programme that each provides media training to a group of migrants, to empower them to share their stories with media and advocate for their rights.

Our Head of Learning and Partnerships Emily Miller introduces the Dunera display from our Departures exhibition, as part of the Jewish Museum’s Passover Object Series of talks. Migrants: The Story of us all by Sam Miller is an insightful and thought-provoking book that delves into the history of human migration.

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