Long time readers of the agebuzz newsletter may remember Betty Reid Soskin from the Aug. 25th, 2016 post that described her life as the oldest park ranger in history. Well, almost two years later, Betty continues to make history. She was recently interviewed at the 2018 Makers Conference, a gathering devoted to shining a light on trailblazing women. In a remarkable video interview with the young author and blogger Luvvie Ajayi, Betty speaks with clarity and candor about her amazing life journey as the descendant of slaves to reaching the age of 96, outliving her family and peers and living in “unchartered territory.” Watch her speak with grace and gratitude as she continues to opine on current issues in our turbulent times. And if you want to find out more about her remarkable life, pick up her just published memoir, Sign My Name to Freedom: A Memoir of a Pioneering Life. She’s truly an inspirational figure for us all.