Feature documentary Traces of the Trade: A Story from the Deep North tells the story of Producer/Director Katrina Browne’s ancestors from Bristol, Rhode Island who were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history. Cameras follow as Browne and nine fellow descendants undertake a journey of discovery to Rhode Island, Ghana, and Cuba. Retracing the steps of the notorious Triangle Trade, audiences will uncover a family’s, a region’s, and a nation’s hidden past. Simultaneously, viewers will follow descendants of the DeWolf family as they grapple with the contemporary legacy of slavery, not only for black Americans, but for themselves as white Americans. The screening will be followed by a discussion. This event will take place on Tues., Feb. 26 at 7 PM. It is co-sponsored by Rhode Island for Community & Justice and the BPL. Registration for the event begins on Tuesday, Feb. 19 at 9 AM, in person or by phone at the Barrington Public Library's Reference Desk (247-1920 x 2).