Inequity

Live Q&A on Coronavirus: Impact on Older Adults and Looking Ahead
Black and Hispanic Americans and members of underserved communities have disproportionately borne the brunt of COVID-19.
Two years of the COVID-19 public health crisis have clarified the steps needed to establish a more secure future for all.
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.
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.
AARP is convening a seven-part series with the Social Innovation Summit to engage national leaders and global thought leaders on big ideas and solutions to address long-lasting disparities as we recover and rebuild our communities even stronger.
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