A documentary film project about an unusual experiment shows what both generations can gain when we let the very young and the very old work it all out together
Marty Cooper invented the cellphone in 1973. He and his wife Arlene Harris came up with the senior-friendly Jitterbug. They share their views on the state of tech now (hint: It should adapt to people, not vice versa) and where it’s headed.
His grandson taught him how to read. Then he taught him to be an artist. The goal: To give an old man a voice and teach the art world a thing or two about exclusion. It worked.
These seniors are busting stereotypes, beautifying their city and having a blast by making graffiti!
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