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2020 Census Overlooks Caregivers

By Diverse Elders

by Kayla Sawyer. This article originallu appeared on the NICOA blog.

The 2020 Census fails to ask two important questions that affect more than 43.5 million Americans. The missing questions address whether a U.S. resident is a caregiver Read More

The Movement For Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Diverse Elders

This content was originally published by NPR. Click here to listen to the Latino USA podcast.

In the U.S., the second Monday in October is reserved for Columbus Day, in honor of the Italian navigator Christopher Columbus.

But not Read More

The importance of LGBT love, identity, and history in October and all year long

By Marsha Aizumi

October is LGBTQ History Month, and here are two stories from the Asian Pacific Islander LGBTQ community that capture some of their history. Both of these individuals are over 60 years of age.

Bill Tashima lives in Seattle, Washington where Read More