Traces of the Trade DVD for institutions now on sale

Posted October 28th, 2008 by James DeWolf Perry

The DVD version of Traces of the Trade for institutional use is now available for sale online.

This DVD is intended for use by colleges and universities, highs schools, public libraries, government agencies, corporations, museums, seminaries, community groups or any non-profit organization.

Please visit the Buy/Use the Film page on this website and place your order today!

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  • Grace Cangialosi

    PLEASE make this available to individuals! I am often asked to make presentations about various aspects of slavery and reconciliation, since I have had quite a bit of experience with this and have served in the past on our diocesan Committee on Race Relations as well as community groups. I am a chaplain now and do not have an “institution” from which to borrow this…..

  • http://living.jdewperry.com/ James DeWolf Perry

    Grace, the DVD for home use is available for purchase (here). There are differences between this version and the institutional and faith-based DVDs, but each one contains the full film and each is available for purchase by anyone who needs it.

    If you have any questions, or if you have any suggestions for how we can better make the DVD available for purposes like yours, please contact us.

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