AARP to Congress: Let Medicare Negotiate Lower Rx Drug Prices
Stand with us and fight high costs
Coronavirus: Delta Variant, Boosters and Self-Care
This live event addressed the uncertainty surrounding boosters and how to keep you and your family safe from other breakthrough infections.
Santana on Dolores Huerta, Architect of ‘Yes We Can’
Carlos Santana talks about his friend, labor leader Dolores Huerta, and her impact on the rights of farmworkers, and her iconic statement, “Yes we can!”
Flight Attendant Pushes to Honor Coworkers Lost on 9/11
Former flight attendant Paul Veneto is pushing a beverage cart over 200 miles from Boston to ground zero in tribute to his fallen coworkers.
AARP CEO Urges Volunteering on 9/11 Anniversary
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins sends a message of unity and encourages people to volunteer in their communities to mark the 20th anniversary of Sept. 11.
Staying Safe, Caring for Loved Ones & New Work Realities
This live event addressed your questions related to vaccines, booster shots, protecting loved onesand navigating the changing workplace.
Retired Police Officer Pays Thousands to Manage Parkinson’s
AARP's urging Congress to allow Medicare to negotiate Rx prices.
AARP’s Decades-Long Fight Against Age Discrimination
Seventy-eight percent of workers ages 40 to 65 have seen or experienced age discrimination at work. AARP will keep fighting age discrimination for you.
Never Give Up: Cop Buried Alive on 9/11 Inspires Others
Will Jimeno, a retired Port Authority police officer who was trapped in the rubble on 9/11, continues to share his story in the hopes of inspiring others.
9/11 Museum Offers Lessons in Healing to Gen Z
Alice Greenwald, president and CEO of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum, discusses connecting with younger generations on the lasting impact of 9/11.
World Trade Center Chef Still Helping 9/11 Families
Michael Lomonaco, former executive chef at Windows on the World in the twin towers, created a foundation for families of food workers lost in 9/11.
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