Center for Respecting our Noetic Equality
In January of 2016, Carroll Estes and Nicholas DiCarlo began thinking of a gray space to promote critical thinking and scholarship in gerontology. As they worked on their forthcoming publication, Critical Aging Policy: A-Z, they recognized the importance of having a pseudo-institutional, liminal location in cyberspace where they could link writings, news coverage, and media events with irreverence and passion.
Co-founder of CRONE, Carroll Estes in a short segment about her UCSF Aware in 2014:
We are on Facebook and Twitter!!!
the crone institute
WE ARE STILL VERY MUCH UNDER CONSTRUCTION. IF YOU WANT TO HELP, EMAIL US AT CARROLL@CRONEINSTITUTE.ORG
this is our media launch - an FB/Twitter/Web-presence response to exclusion of critical aging perspectives in so much of the advocacy literature and efforts!