en <a href="/blog/future-proof-racial-disparities-and-racist-reactions-covid-19-plus-aiming-equity-navajo-nation" hreflang="en">Future Proof: Racial Disparities and Racist Reactions to COVID-19, Plus Aiming for Equity in the Navajo Nation</a> Larry Curley is the Executive Director of the National Indian Council on Aging (NICOA) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Curley, who along with members of… posted 08.04.2020 ASA Staff <a href="/blog/future-proof-where-research-meets-reality-african-american-elders-equality-equity-health" hreflang="en">Future Proof: Where Research Meets Reality: On African American Elders, Equality, Equity, Health, Environment, Alzheimer’s and the Pandemic</a> In this episode of Future Proof, Peter Kaldes, President and CEO of ASA, talks with Karen Lincoln, associate professor of Social Work and senior… posted 07.30.2020 ASA Staff <a href="/blog/future-proof-advancing-racial-social-justice-direct-care-workers" hreflang="en">Future Proof: Advancing Racial & Social Justice for Direct Care Workers</a> In this episode of Future Proof, Peter Kaldes talks with Robert Espinoza, Vice President of Policy for PHI, about issues of equity and justice and… posted 07.12.2020 ASA Staff <a href="/blog/profiling-unsung-heroes-aps-staff-aging-services-volunteer-and-older-adults-sheltering-place" hreflang="en">Profiling the Unsung Heroes: APS Staff, Aging Services Volunteer, and Older Adults Sheltering in Place</a> There has been much written of the heroism of healthcare workers during the pandemic, and they are certainly to be lauded. But there’s less talk of… posted 06.26.2020 ASA Staff <a href="/blog/navajo-nation-pre-existing-conditions-will-remain-long-past-pandemic" hreflang="en">​​​​​​​In the Navajo Nation, Pre-Existing Conditions Will Remain Long Past the Pandemic</a> Faced with the outsized impact of the COVID-19 virus upon the Navajo Nation, this past April the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), sent… posted 05.22.2020 <a href="/blog/hill-greeks-value-age-america-could-learn-something-them" hreflang="en">From The Hill: The Greeks Value Age; America Could Learn Something From Them</a> Editor's Note: The following is an excerpt taken from an Op-Ed written by American Society on Aging CEO Peter Kaldes, which first appeared in The… posted 05.11.2020 <a href="/blog/reality-family-caregiving-diverse-communities-findings-national-study" hreflang="en">The Reality of Family Caregiving in Diverse Communities: Findings from a National Study</a> By Jenna McDavid and Ocean Le With 10,000 adults turning 65 every day and a shortage of geriatricians to support older adults (according to a study… posted 02.19.2020 <a href="/blog/dc-roundtable-barriers-voting" hreflang="en">D.C. Roundtable: Barriers to Voting</a> By Ty Johnson WASHINGTON -- ASA’s DC Roundtable event on Tuesday, Barriers to Voting that African American and Hispanic Older Persons Experience, was… posted 02.04.2020 <a href="/blog/navigating-patchwork-civil-rights-protections-older-adults" hreflang="en">Navigating the Patchwork of Civil Rights Protections for Older Adults</a> By Kevin Prindiville and Denny Chan The long and arduous fight for civil rights in the United States continues to dominate political discourse, grab… posted 02.01.2020 <a href="/blog/november-december-2019-issue-aging-today" hreflang="en">In the November–December 2019 issue of Aging Today:</a> The November–December 2019 In Focus section of Aging Today contains six articles that paint a rather bleak landscape of life for older adult veterans… posted 11.18.2019