This film traces a journey by Katrina Browne, the filmmaker, and nine of her cousins into the dark past of the slave trade which enriched their white New England family. Join us for this powerful documentary story of a family who discovers that their New England ancestors were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history.
We are honored to welcome Dain Perry, one of the nine cousins featured in the film, and his wife Constance to the screening of this film. Together Dain and Constance will facilitate a community conversation on race, reconciliation, and healing. The film and the conversation explore the legacy of slavery that continues to negatively impact the country.
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