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Centering Vaccination Planning on Equity: Intersecting Considerations of Age, Race, and More

By Diverse Elders

By Denny Chan. This article originally appeared on the Justice In Aging blog.

Like many older adults, Dorothy, the 72-year-old Chinese American in Seattle’s Chinatown, has had a tough year. She has been coping by mostly quarantining Read More

Diversifying Research on COVID-19 and Aging-Related Issues: A Call for Asian American and Pacific Islander Older Adults and Caregivers to Participate in COMPASS and CARE

By Frances Huynh

By Frances Huynh and Dyanna Chung. This article originally appeared in NAPCA’s media center.

2020 was an incredibly challenging year for most people because of the coronavirus pandemic outbreak. One significant thing that we have learned is that older Read More

Study Seeks to Understand Arab American Health During COVID-19

By Diverse Elders

By Hassan Abbas. This article originally appeared in Arab American News.

DEARBORN — A new research project seeks to better understand how social and behavioral aspects of everyday life affect the health and wellness of those aged 65 and older in Read More