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Your Voice Counts and So Do You: Southeast Asian Americans Demand an Equitable Census 2020

By Elaine Sanchez Wilson

Every 10 years, the United States conducts a census to record the number of people living in the nation, regardless of immigration status. More than a mere tally, the U.S. Census provides valuable insight into the country’s ever Read More

New Report Identifies Unique Challenges for LGBT Community Facing Alzheimer’s and Other Dementias

By Diverse Elders

LGBT and Dementia – a new issues brief developed by the Alzheimer’s Association and SAGE outlines the unique challenges facing LGBT older adults living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias and their caregivers. The brief outlines the unique issues that Read More

The View From Down Here

By Hank Trout

This article was originally published in A&U Magazine.

Around the first of April of this year, I began using a wheelchair when I leave the apartment. This was an inevitability that I resisted, fought off for as long Read More