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Disrupt Aging: Reinventing What It Means To Age Skip to content

Why Is It Hard
to Talk About Getting Older?

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What you do after 50 can be just as amazing as what you've done before 30.

It's time to disrupt aging.

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Everywhere, people are reinventing what it means to age. What can we learn from these disruptors?

Meet Some Disruptors

Mari Copeny ‐ 11‐year‐old activist, young ambassador for the Women's March, ambassador for climate change and one of Teen Vogue's 21 Under 21 ‐ has become a full‐time fighter for social justice.

Marilee Shapiro, 103, spent most of her career sculpting. At 88, she enrolled in a digital art course alongside students who were 70 years younger. The result? Her abstract prints are shown around the country.

Retired Air Force Officer Charles Collier, 67, is all about being active. But two knee surgeries and later a third total knee replacement didn't take him out of the game. Collier, instead, emerged as the bionic biker.

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