Born between 1946 and 1964, they're the baby boomers — the "Me Generation" to some, the generation of political upheaval (the civil rights movement, women's movement, antiwar movement, environmental movement, gay rights movement and more) to others. Whether you believe their youth was a time of liberation or of wretched excess, the sheer size of the baby boom generation has made it a source of endless fascination.
Now all eyes are on the boomers' present and future, rather than their storied past. Watch this preview of Boomers 2.0: A Generation Re-Imagined, our new documentary, premiering on RLTV on Thursday, Jan. 31, and featuring commentary from, among others, AARP The Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Nancy Perry Graham. The Boomers 2.0 documentary will be rebroadcast numerous times after its premiere. Check the RLTV schedule for a time that suits you best.
In addition, on Thursday, Feb. 7, you can watch the entire documentary at 8 p.m. ET, followed at 9 p.m. by a "Rethink 50+ Town Hall" discussion hosted by broadcast journalist Jane Pauley.
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