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Archbishops' reflections on the slave pits in Zanzibar

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Uploaded on Mar 8, 2007

February 2007: Zanzibar: in an award-winning short film, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York reflect on a visit to the Anglican Cathedral in Zanzibar; built on the site of the port's slave market. Slave pits have been preserved intact, including the chains used. On Saturday March 24th both Archbishops took part in a Walk of Witness in London, marking 200 years since the UK's abolition of the slave trade. This film was shown at the rally concluding the march. It shared the 2007 IPTV Jerusalem Trust Award for internet provided media content.

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