Laurel C. Sneed

Educator, researcher, media producer/film-maker, Executive Director of Thomas Day Education Project

Laurel Sneed is an educator, researcher,  and media producer/film-maker based in Durham, North Carolina. In 1995 she led the research effort that discovered Thomas Day's origins and parentage  in southern Virginia. Since then she has produced  a broad range of materials and media on Thomas Day, as well as on other African American historical topics. In addition, she has been director of the Crafting Freedom teacher workshops which have brought over 400 teachers to North Carolina to study black artisans, entrepreneurs and abolitionists who contributed to the making of North Carolina and our country. Sneed makes presentations throughout the United States  on Thomas Day and a broad variety of subjects mostly related to American history and improving the teaching of it.

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(919) 405-2326
Scholar Location: 
Durham
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Statewide

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