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African Americans Face Greater Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease Than Whites

By Diverse Elders

by Rodney Brooks. This article originally appeared in USA TODAY.

A decade ago, Rushern Baker III started seeing signs that something was wrong with his wife when she was still in her late 40s. Christa Beverly was forgetting things and Read More

Why we care about visits to Capitol Hill (and you should too)

By Diverse Elders

by Howard Bedlin. This article originally appeared on the National Council on Aging blog.

When our partners travel to the nation’s capital, the National Council on Aging (NCOA) Public Policy and Advocacy team strongly encourage them to schedule Hill Read More

A Day of Advocacy Decades in the Making

By Diverse Elders

by Aspen Christian. This article originally appeared on the SAGE blog.

Fifty years ago this coming June, LGBT elder pioneers started the fight for LGBT equality at the Stonewall Inn in New York City. As the nation nears the 50th Read More