If We’re All Aging Then Age-Friendly is For All of Us

By, Misha Stallworth, Director of Arts and Culture When you look in the mirror, when you think of yourself, how do you identify? How does the list of all the things that you are formulate? Are you a natural-haired woman? A queer man? An athlete? I see myself as Black,

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After-work Caregiving Means Working a Second Shift

When an older loved one needs care, those who step in may find themselves balancing the demands of full-time jobs with the demands of providing that care. Whether it’s calling for a doctor’s appointment, stocking the fridge or paying the bills, being there for a person in need means adding

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LGBTQ Ally and Aging Advocate

You may ask just how a woman who identifies as straight, is married to a man, and has four children and five grandchildren becomes an advocate for the LGBTQ community. She says she got her heart for the gay and transsexual communities from her mother’s example of openness and support.

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Creepy Old Men

by Misha Stallworth, Director of Arts & Culture In the face of the numerous sexual assault allegations in the news over the past few weeks I am affronted by the fact that the face of this news is that of an “old man.” Across the stories what is common is that

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