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Retirement is for the rest and relaxation that eludes us during our working years. But some people use their golden years to work for change in their communities.
On this edition, we profile three elders who became activists in the second half of their lives. We visit Appalachia, New England, and the streets of Oakland, California.
Bo Webb, Mountain Justice Co-Founder; Hubie Jones, Boston Children’s Chorus Founder; Margaret Gordon, West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project Co-Founder and Co-Director.
Contributing producer: Shaunnah Ray
For More Information:
Boston Children’s Chorus
Coal River Mountain Watch
West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project
Appalachian Waltz – Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Mark O’Conner
International Orchitis – 21st Century Dub
Uberlebensgross – Boston Children’s Chorus
Dreams – Boston Children’s Chorus
Song of the Zaytoon Trees – Boston Children’s Chorus
Up to the Mountain – Boston Children’s Chorus