Zero Questions on Social Security: Take A Stand - AARP
60 million Americans count on Social Security. 170 million Americans pay into Social Security. Yet ZERO questions were asked during the first presidential debate.
A Slave Cabin Brought Back to Life | AARP
The Edisto Island Slave Cabin is one of the main center pieces of The National Museum of African American History and Culture. This piece of American history was built in 1853 and was the home of many slaves on a cotton plantation on Edisto Island.
'Disrupt Aging' Around the World: A Conversation with OECD’s Angel Gurría - AARP
Angel Gurría, Secretary-General of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, talks about the great collaborative work AARP and the OECD are doing to change perceptions of aging around the world.
Millennials Show Us What ‘Old’ Looks Like - AARP
We asked millennials, "What age do you consider to be ‘old’?” Then we introduced them to some real ‘old’ people. Watch what happened.
1 in 7 Older Americans Live in Poverty - AARP
Many older Americams do not get the care they need, with one in seven seniors are living in poverty.
Jo Ann Jenkins: Disrupt Aging and Embrace Growing Older - AARP
AARP CEO and “Disrupt Aging” author Jo Ann Jenkins challenges people to change the conversation about aging and embrace what it means to grow older during a speech at the 2016 Movies for Grownups Awards.
Black Community Profile: Robert Weaver - AARP
Robert C. Weaver was the first African American to serve on a Presidential Cabinet and the first US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
'Remember' Movie Clip - AARP
With help from a fellow Holocaust survivor (Martin Landau), a widower (Christopher Plummer) who struggles with memory loss embarks on a cross-country odyssey to find the former Nazi responsible for the deaths of their family members.
Black Community Profile: Shirley Chisholm - AARP
In 1968, American Politician Shirley Chisholm became the first African American woman to be elected to the U.S. Congress.
Black Community Profile: Booker T. Washington - AARP
Booker T. Washington was a great educator who promoted advancement for newly freed slaves. In 1881, he organized Tuskegee Institute, a leading HBCU.
No Donuts For You! Fake Age Limit Targets Ageism - AARP
Everyday age discrimination happens behind closed doors. We wanted to see what would happen if we brought it out into the open. So, we hid cameras at a food truck and wouldn’t serve anyone over 40. How would you have reacted?
- Next Page