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Find a Way to Vote Safely in 2020, Amidst the Pandemic

By Lauren Pongan

By Lauren Pongan, National Director, Diverse Elders Coalition.

In the United States, we’re used to thinking about elections as a cathartic day when we take action and contribute to the democratic process. Historically, every 4 years, the first Tuesday Read More

Over 1.5 Million American Indians Aren’t Registered to Vote

By Diverse Elders

This article originally appeared on the NICOA blog. 

There are 4.7 million American Indians who are of voting age, according to a report titled “Obstacles at Every Turn: Barriers to Political Participation Faced by Native American Voters.” However, only Read More

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) LGBT Elders Remind Us History Isn’t Just Lived, It’s Made

By Diverse Elders

This article originally appeared on the SAGE blog.

As we begin our celebration of LGBT History Month, we must recognize how LGBT history has been told. For decades, the trailblazing work of BIPOC LGBT pioneers has been eclipsed by white Read More