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.
9/11 First Responder Pays It Forward With Relief Missions
A retired first responder, police Lt. William Keegan, now uses his 9/11 rescue and recovery experience to provide disaster relief around the world.
Live Q&A on Coronavirus: Staying Safe, New Work Realities & Managing Finances
This live event addressed your questions on how to stay safe and protected, given the changing information around mask guidelines and booster shots.
Housing for Older Adults and the Importance of Livable Communities
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia L. Fudge discuss the housing needs of older adults and how AARP and HUD are working to improve the health, well-being and safety of older adults by creating
Live Q&A on Coronavirus: Staying Safe in Changing Times
This live Q&A event addressed the revised CDC mask guidelines, booster shots, the vaccination status of workers and safety protocols for loved ones in care facilities.
How Jesse Owens Paved a Golden Path
Olympian Carl Lewis reflects on Jesse Owens' achievements at the ’36 Olympics in Nazi Germany and the racism he continued to face when he returned.
How Jackie Robinson Led by Example
Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker reflects on how Jackie Robinson was a symbol of hope and nonviolent activism for Black athletes.
Michael Jordan’s Groundbreaking Endorsements
Former NBA player Charles Barkley reflects on how Michael Jordan’s status as the premiere pitchman charted a new path for athletes to make money.
The Future of Older Americans’ Health Services
AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins and Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra discuss the agency’s mission to enhance the health and well-being of Americans.
‘The Games We Play’ by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar recites his powerful essay about the Black athletes who taught him to be a significant athlete by fighting social injustice.
Four Months That Left 54,000 Dead in Long-Term Care
COVID-19 has swept through long-term care facilities with abandon. This is what happened in the first 18 weeks, in the words of those who were there.
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