The Remember Bhopal Museum tells the story of the Bhopal Disaster and its aftermath. It has been collectively curated by members of the communities affected by the tragedy.
The museum tells stories of the disaster and of the people’s movement for justice and corporate accountability which has persisted to this day. The museum features an oral history, where the survivors are the storytellers, along with objects of great meaning contributed by them.
The Museum has been funded by individual donations and philanthropic contributions but, sadly, has reached a funding crisis which might force this valuable facility to close.
If you would like to help, please visit the Remember Bhopal Museum fundraising page.
Your contribution will be used to pay the salaries of the survivors who serve as staff at the museum, rent for the building and the maintenance of the displays and space.