October 4, 2012 12:24 PM Subscribe
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In February, PBS and AOL launched Makers
, a video archive containing personal stories and anecdotes told in the first person by women, many of whom have sparked groundbreaking changes in American culture.
The project aims to become "the largest and most dynamic collection of women's stories ever assembled." A three-hour documentary
is being prepared for PBS from selections of the site's footage, which will air next year.
* Search the site
* Browse (Link goes to their entire archive. You can also review by category.)
* Short video
promoting the site.
* Trailer for the documentary, which will be called "Makers: Women Who Make America"