Two writers discuss the rewriting of history, culture wars, multiple identities and the storyteller's duty to speak up.
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Should cultural artefacts return to their home countries or be displayed in Western museums? That's the question surrounding the British Museum's controversial exhibit on Australian indigenous culture. Activists say aboriginal groups deserve to have their artefacts back, while others argue that the world's major museums should keep relics for historic preservation and education. Join the conversation at 1930GMT.
On today's show, we speak with:
Marc Masurovsky @plunderedart
Professor of history, Victoria University
Yung Balug clan elder & spokesperson
Elena Korka @cultureGR
Director General of Antiquities and Cultural Heritage in Greece
What do you think? Should cultural artefacts return to their home countries or be displayed in Western museums? Leave your views in the comment section below.