The following are videos of Tracing Center programs and other public events.
For a trailer of our film, Traces of the Trade, please see the link to the right.
Katrina Browne and Juanita Brown speak at the UCLA School of Public Affairs
This video shows Katrina Brown and Juanita Brown talking with about 170 students, faculty, and community members at the UCLA School of Public Affairs. The event was hosted by the school’s dean, Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr., and offered with generous support from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Panel discussion on the legacy of slavery
This hour-long video shows an event in Washington, D.C., at which we screened our film, Traces of the Trade, and offered a panel discussion on issues of race, class, and privilege.
The panel was moderated by Judy Woodruff of NewsHour and Professor Charles Ogletree of Harvard Law School, and featured Dr. J. Bryan Hehir of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Ambassador James A. Joseph, Profesor Goodwin Liu of the U.C. Berkeley Law School, and Ruth A. Wooden, president of Public Agenda.
This event was sponsored by Grantmakers in Film + Electronic Media (GFEM) and offered during a Council on Foundations Philanthropy Leadership Summit.
450 participate in our program in St. Louis, Missouri
This four-minute video reports on one of our programs, based on a screening of Traces of the Trade, in St. Louis, Missouri. The video, which includes an interview with two of the 450 participants in our discussions at the Missouri History Museum that day, was shot by the St. Louis Beacon as part of its “Race, Frankly” series.