SOURCE: The Guardian
by Peter Mitchell
Britain's historic preservation agency has become the target of conservative politicians who have interpreted the Trust's commissioning of a report evaluating the relationship of its projects to slavery as an attack on the nation's historical identity.
SOURCE: New York Times
The British historic preservation agency has begun to grapple with how to present the historic connections between properties it manages and fortunes built through slavery and colonialism.
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