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AARP St. Louis is proud to sponsor the Missouri History Museum's multi-year virtual exhibit - Gateway to Pride.
Jazz trumpet player
From swing to bebop, music has long flourished in Kansas City, fueled early on by local officials’ decision to turn a blind eye to violations of the nation’s reigning Prohibition laws. Nightclubs—and jazz—proliferated.
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Applications are currently being accepted through March 22, 2022, 5:00 p.m. ET.
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Charlene Wall of St. Louis is this year's honoree
Planning for the Attention and Care of LGBT 50+ Older Adults LGBT
Despite progress in the area of LGBTQ rights nationally, AARP is continuing to do its part to help eradicate misconceptions and discrimination that many people still face. 
African American musicians playing saxophones together
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.
Food Plate
One in 8 older Missourians struggle with food insecurity—a problem exacerbated by the COVID-19 crisis. AARP is partnering with Feeding Missouri, a statewide coalition of six food banks, to ensure those in need know about available resources.
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Join us for a free virtual screening of documentary
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