A feature documentary commissioned by UK Charity the Movement for Justice and Reconciliation (MJR) that begins to address the legacies of the Transatlantic Slave Trade in order to move beyond racism, exploring specifically the roots of complicity by the Church, and a route to reconciliation.
‘After the Flood: the church, slavery and reconciliation' is a 67 minute feature documentary which charts the roots and legacies of the 18th century church's involvement in the transatlantic slave trade and shows the route to reconciliation.
After the Flood: the church, slavery and reconciliation (documentary)
A look at the roots of church involvement in the Transatlantic Slave Trade and legacies, from instituting white supremacy, to the admission of racism today. We see how one denomination has faced its slave past and made positive change, and ask what Christian reconciliation might look like today.