March 21st - Join us for a great FREE Interview workshop with Emmy Award Winning Leo Eaton. Doors open at 9:45 for coffee and donuts! Workshop begins at 10:00am Click Here to sign up online!
April 25th - Veterans Oral History Collection Day is from 10 am- 1 pm. To conduct an interview or to be interviewed please call 410-386-4415 or Click Here to sign up online!
African American Trailblazers in the News -
The Carroll County Times recently published an article about the
History Project’s latest collection. Read more about the African American Trailblazers in
the Sunday, February 8th Edition of the Carroll County Times Click here to read more...
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In honor of Black History Month, we are pleased to present “African American Trailblazers of Carroll County.”
This series is a compilation of interviews of local individuals who were pioneers in a variety of fields.
The topics cover areas such as Education, Sports, Civil Rights, and more.
Leo Eaton is an Emmy award-winning filmmaker who’s written, produced, directed and executive produced TV factual series and specials for US and overseas broadcasters for more than three decades; most recently as Series Director on Sacred Journeys (with Bruce Feiler), the 6-hour PBS series broadcasting in December, 2014. He also co-created and directed the after-school children’s drama special Scientastic, distributed by APT (American Public Television) in 2014.
Previous work includes Arts & the Mind (with Lisa Kudrow) and Homeland: Immigration in America (both series broadcast by PBS in 2012). Eaton also produced National Geographic Channel’s Emmy award-winning Can the Gulf Survive about the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and executive produced British historian Michael Wood’s award-winning The Story of India for PBS & BBC-TV. For more information visit: www.eatoncreative.com.