AARP’s unwavering commitment to the LGBTQ+ community reflects its core belief in the dignity, worth, and potential of every individual. AARP rejects discrimination based on a person’s age, race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or gender identity – we see diversity not as a reason for division, but as a source of strength. For AARP, LGBTQ+ communities are a vital part of the quilt of American life.
Join AARP NY the last Saturday of each month at 8AM for Real Possibilities, an online radio show that will air on 108 Soul New York and be simulcasted on their Facebook page: @108SoulNY. Guests will discuss a variety of topics that matter most to the 50 plus community.
CHEYENNE - An AARP Wyoming TeleTown Hall with Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney previously scheduled for 5 p.m. on June 24 has been postponed so the Congresswoman can attend a memorial service with her husband, Phil Perry.
Building on the success of 2020’s Art@50+: New Beginnings, Islip Arts and AARP Long Island are pleased to announce a new statewide virtual art exhibit embracing the theme Forever Young.
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