For 25 years the Museum has been a space for community activism and storytelling.  Their exhibitions on the life of District Six, their archive of oral histories and their groundbreaking education work has been vital to the survival of SA history. With the arrival of Covid-19, we risk losing this history as the museum relies largely on foot traffic to ensure its survival.

We chat to the ACTING DIRECTOR OF THE MUSEUM, CHRISCHENE JULIUS around how you can get involved in helping them survive.