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Patrick Aitcheson
Diverse Elders Coalition (DEC)

Get To Know the Diverse Elders Coalition Through Pictures: Blog Highlights of 2013

My dad, siblings and I a few years ago before bowling (our favorite family activity)

My dad, siblings and I a few years ago before bowling (our favorite family activity)

A Gay Son and His Dad: “Why I am an Aging Advocate”

 

An elder at Cannon House Office Building

An elder at Cannon House Office Building

Five Reflections on Advocacy with Southeast Asian American Elders

 

grandpa and the kids

Life Lessons from a Hmong Grandfather to His Granddaughter

 

Two Older LGBT Hispanic men at a SAGE 2011 health fair

Two Older LGBT Hispanic men at a SAGE 2011 health fair

Addressing the Needs of LGBT Hispanic Older Adults in the U.S.

 

Claudette Hubbard with her U.S. citizen daughter and granddaughters

Claudette Hubbard with her U.S. citizen daughter and granddaughters

Caught in the Deportation Machine: Elders, Family Separation, and Immigration Reform

 

Present and former NAPCA staff members (L to R) Cora McDonnell, Danny Principe, and Wah Kwong.

Present and former NAPCA staff members (L to R) Cora McDonnell, Danny Principe, and Wah Kwong.

National Grandparents Day – Grandparents Contributing More Despite Numerous Challenges

 

Intergenerational Program Photo
Sharing Stories, Leaving Legacies: How Intergenerational Programs Empower Diverse Elders

 

First members of the National Indian Council on Aging

First members of the National Indian Council on Aging

National Indian Council on Aging: Then (Creation of NICOA) and Now (The Affordable Care Act – ACA)

 

Ty Martin & SAGE Constituent Sherman Walker

Ty Martin & SAGE Constituent Sherman Walker

HIV/AIDS is Still an Issue for Older Gay Black Men

 

NHCOA conducting Empowerment and Civic Engagement Training in Miami

NHCOA conducting Empowerment and Civic Engagement Training in Miami

Recognizing Older Latinas During Women’s History Month

 

Alexis Martinez (left) worried that coming out to daughter Lesley as transgender would mean giving up any relationship with her grandchildren. But she needn't have worried.

Alexis Martinez (left) worried that coming out to daughter Lesley as transgender would mean giving up any relationship with her grandchildren. But she needn’t have worried.

StoryCorps: A Transgender Woman’s Journey from Hiding to “Walking in Love”