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Join Us to View the PBS Documentary Traces of the Trade: A Story of the Deep North Voyage of Realization and Reconciliation. May 22, 2012 7 PM to 9:30 PM MGH Institute of Health Professions Building 36, Room 305A&B 36 First Avenue Charlestown Navy Yard.

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Join Us to View the PBS DocumentaryTraces of the Trade: A Story of the Deep North Voyage of Realization and Reconciliation
  • May 22, 2012
  • 7 PM to 9:30 PM
  • MGH Institute of Health Professions
  • Building 36, Room 305A&B
  • 36 First Avenue Charlestown Navy Yard
  • Documentary Film Viewing and Discussion Following
  • Traces a journey by Katrina Browne, the filmmaker, and nine cousins into dark past of the slave trade which enriched their white New England family

www.tracesofthetrade.org

Event FREE and open to the Public Seating available on a first-come basis

  • Hosts: Dain Perry, one of the cousins, and his wife, Constance Perry
  • Co-sponsored by Friends of the Charlestown Navy Yard and Boston African American National Historic Site
  • www.friendscny.org

www.nps.gov/boaf

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