COVID-19

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Professionals in housing and the built environment must step up post-COVID-19, to redesign and create housing and communities that enable residents and achieve equity.
Two women wearing face masks walking and social distancing outside
Here’s another unhealthy trend we can blame on the pandemic: Many of us are walking less. And not just Americans. It’s the same story for people worldwide, according to new reports.
One Black woman and two Black men walk in a forest
AARP recently hosted public, private, and nonprofit professionals for a summit discussing ways to address disparities and inequality as we promote longer, healthier lives.
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New AARP state research highlights the power of the 50-plus population to drive economic growth and make other positive contributions to society.
An African grandmother sits with a grandchild.
As we celebrate longevity and aging, we must acknowledge current crises and the challenges and opportunities they present to create a more equitable future.
Three delivery workers are chatting on a break from work.
Through personal, public and private sector responsibility, we must work together to close the opportunity gap and lessen inequities across the lifespan.
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