The Mormon Women’s Oral History Project is based at Claremont Graduate University and seeks to build an archive of ordinary Mormon women’s stories. Claudia Bushman – the founder of the project states:
“If we want to live forever in the minds and annals of the earth, if we want other women to be represented in the future we have to leave a record.”
Liz Johnson joins me for this discussion about what she has discovered as an interviewer of women throughout the world. We discuss whose stories should count in Mormon history; how we empower women to tell their own stories with confidence, authority and authenticity; and what binds women around the world in this experience called Mormonism?