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Research centre named after Sarah Parker Remond (London, UK)

    Sarah Parker Remond (b. Salem, Massachusetts, USA, 1826 – d. 1894, Rome, Italy) was an abolitionist lecturer, women’s rights advocate, doctor; Black American, who toured in England, Ireland, and Scotland to raise awareness of the horrors of slavery. She contributed to the unification of Italy by participating in fund-raising efforts. She moved to Florence, Italy where she studied medicine at the prestigious Santa Maria Nuova hospital school, graduating as an obstetrician.

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    Address: UCL Sarah Parker Remond Centre for the Study of Racism & Racialisation South Wing, Wilkins Building, University College London, Gower Street, London, United Kingdom