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Rachael Minott is a Jamaican-born artist, curator and researcher. She is currently Inclusion and Change Manager at the National Archives and trustee of the Museum of Homelessness.   

Previously she has been chair of the Decolonising Guidance Working Group for the Museums Association, and co-author of ‘Support Decolonisation in Museums, 2021’; Curator of Anthropology with a focus on Social Practice at the Horniman Museum and Gardens, Researcher and co-curator of the exhibitions The Past is Now: Birmingham and the British Empire (2017), Within and Without: Body Image and the Self (2018) with Birmingham Museums Trust.  

As an artist she has exhibited in the 4th Ghetto Biennale in Port au Prince, Haiti 2015 and the Jamaica Biennial 2017 and in her solo exhibition Thinking about Jamaica, Willesden Gallery 2019 .

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