Some say the British Museum is the world’s largest receiver of stolen goods. Given there are over 8 million objects in its collection, that’s potentially a large amount of looted pieces. But what is problematic is that the story of its looted artefacts is told only from the perspective of European colonialism.
It’s the British story of non-British artefacts and it makes no room for minority and colonial representation.
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