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Join AARP Colorado for a vital discussion about the disparities of the state's Hispanic population in contracting COVID-19 and what we can do to keep our Latino communities safe with the help of local resources.
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AARP and AARP Foundation Urge U.S. District Court to Block Rollback of Civil Rights Protections in Health Care
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AARP Colorado responds to minority communities during this pandemic
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AARP Colorado volunteer Judy Miranda among artists at Museo de las Americas
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Culture And Community Go Hand In Hand.
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AARP is shedding a light on the challenges that many Hispanic and Latino family caregivers face, AARP invites you to join us for a reception and screening of “Cada paso del camino”  which translates to “Every step of the way.” The Spanish language documentary is director Alberto Ferreras’s submission to this year’s New York Latino Film Festival. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with Ferreras, TV influencer and caregiver Marco Antonio Regil, and Tony Ruiz, a New York executive and family caregiver featured in the film.
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AARP in San Diego kicked off the summer with Asian Festival Day at the San Diego County Fair on June 3, 2017. At the festival, enthusiastic volunteers manned an AARP table and shared AARP Bayanihan booklets with guests. The day-long celebration of Asian culture also included a flower show, live performances, food and more.
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Washington, DC soccer fans cheer local teams!  Come out on Sunday, September 14th to the Continental Soccer League’s day of games at the Cardozo Education Campus athletic field.
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AARP Connecticut is seeking an experienced and talented AARP member to join our volunteer Executive Council. The ideal candidate is actively engaged in their community, will open doors, and provide the insights/guidance and hands-on work to help us increase our impact and relevance among older adults age 50+ locally and within Connecticut’s Hispanic-Latino community.
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Over the years, AARP DC has enjoyed a special relationship with Vida, a center established to meet the needs of the District’s Latino seniors. The center has been a connecting point for two women, Seňoras Carmen Mazariegos and Argelia Molina, who volunteer together on many AARP DC initiatives offered through Vida. We celebrate Women’s History Month and the volunteer spirit of Seňoras Mazariegos and Molina.
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