Oxford museum ‘educated about Maasai objects’

A delegation from East Africa has been in the UK to educate the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford about its collection of colonial-era Maasai objects.

During a week-long visit, they have been providing the anthropological museum with more accurate information about the 600 objects – and what they mean to the Maasai people, especially those items that are sacred to the community.

Samwel Nangiria told BBC Focus on Africa’s Jenny Horrocks how the project came about:

First Published 05.12.18: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/live/world-africa-46418786

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