MAKERS: WOMEN WHO MAKE AMERICA, a documentary about the amazing and varied individuals who transformed American life over the past fifty years, will premiere on Tuesday, February 26th at 8:00 p.m. ET on PBS(check local listings). By telling the stories of many women—some famous, some unsung, all remarkable—the film tells the larger story of one of the most sweeping social revolutions in our country’s history: women’s pursuit of their rights to a full andfair share of political power, economic opportunity and personal autonomy. Click here to watch a preview of the film: www.makers.com/documentary.
The San Francisco Chronicle calls MAKERS “one of the best and most far-reaching films about the modern women’s movement.” Read the whole rave review here.
Visit MAKERS.com to access more than 1,000 videos of trailblazers telling their stories in their own words. And be sure to check out the story of urban revitalization pioneer Genevieve S. Brown, interviewed by her protégé, Revson’s own Julie Sandorf!
You can also follow @MAKERSwomen on Twitter, join the conversation with #MAKERSchat, andvisit Facebook.com/makerswomen on Facebook.