This June, AARP proudly celebrates Black Music Month—a time to recognize and applaud the rich impact of African American music on our country’s history. Over the centuries, Black music has evolved and triumphed, not only shaping America’s traditions but also preserving the experiences and culture of the Black community. From joy and success to pain and perseverance, Black artists continue to create emotional content with palpable lyrics and rhythms that unite and inspire millions.
University of Arizona is enrolling essential workers who cannot social distance to do their jobs and some who have not yet received Covid-19 vaccine.
As we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in this year of heightened awareness around equality and social justice, we are reminded of how positive change happens only when someone decides to lead. We are reminded of those men and women who, often in the face of great obstacles, dedicated their lives to serving something bigger than themselves, inspiring others and giving us all a path to a better tomorrow.
We’re writing with an important message to let you know that we have canceled our external events until further notice. While convening events is a core part of our mission, we have changed our approach in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Given that there is more than $20.5 billion in federal funding at stake for state residents, AARP Arizona is reminding all Arizonans to make sure they are counted in this year’s census.
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