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Berlin Women Liebeskind Liebeskind Liebeskind Women Liebeskind Berlin Berlin Berlin Women Women Liebeskind Berlin 02.12.15 – 02.04.16

Upper Central Hall

A partnership exhibition with the National Waterfront Museum Swansea, which looks at the buried history of disability in the British coal industry between 1780 and 1948 and before the NHS.  Drawing on new historical research the exhibition tackles questions such as: How were disabled people in coal mining communities treated and viewed, what were their lives like and what does the history of disability in the South Wales Coalfield teach us?

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