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AARP seeks to aid NY’s communities of color

AARP discusses racial, ethnic disparities

(l-r) Assemblyman Marcos Crespo, MirRam Group’s Luis A. Miranda, Jr., actress Priscilla Lopez, AARP NYS director Beth Finkel and AARP president-elect Alicia George.
Bronx Times
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On Wednesday, January 24, AARP, Asian American and Hispanic Federations, NAACP and the New York Urban League partnered to launch ‘Disrupt Racial and Ethnic Disparities: Solutions for New Yorkers Age 50 Plus.’

These briefs focused on health, economic security, and livable communities.

The agenda takes a first-ever look at gaps in these sectors and how they specifically affect New Yorkers of color 50 and older.

Reach Reporter Sarah Valenzuela at (718) 260-4584. E-mail her at svalenzuela@cnglocal.com.
Reach Reporter Sarah Valenzuela at (718) 260-4584. E-mail her at svalenzuela@cnglocal.com.
Posted 12:00 am, February 2, 2018
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