[Ed. – Make no mistake: This is not creationists who are complaining this time.]
The Natural History museum is conducting a review into potentially ‘offensive’ collections including its Charles Darwin exhibitions.
In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, museum bosses have ordered an audit into certain collections that some staff believe are ‘legacies of colonies, slavery and empire’.
Rooms, statues and collected items in the museum that could be ‘problematic’ may be renamed, relabelled, or removed.
The review into the museum’s links to slavery and colonialism could result in a potential overhaul of the museum’s collections and public spaces.
In documents seen by The Sunday Telegraph, museum staff were told that as a result of the Black Lives Matter protests, the museum would undertake a review of room names, statues and collections that ‘could potentially cause offence’.