AARP New York is partnering with the Rockefeller Institute of Government to work on solutions to disparities in the areas of health, financial security and housing that affect New Yorkers of color 50 and older.
Research at the institute will examine banking, long-term care and available safety nets and will be available online.
The release of research briefs coincides with the start of a new legislative session on Jan. 3.
Members are encouraged to support the policy solutions by calling and emailing their legislators, attending lobby days at the statehouse and visiting legislators’ local offices.
The partnership with the Rockefeller Institute is another step in AARP New York’s multiyear #DisruptingDisparities campaign. For more information, visit aarp.org/ny.