Senior poverty affects all of us — not just older adults.
When we look at the older and younger generations, we see opportunities for each generation to reach out, learn from each other, and discover new ways to connect and improve their lives and their futures.
Look down and fuss with your drink, inspect your nails, fluff your hair, straighten your clothing, or do anything looking down.
Do it noticeably longer than when looking at other men and friends.
In a few moments, you can casually look up to see if he is approaching or is still there watching you.
If he repeatedly glances in your direction, then he has great interest in you but he needs to work up some courage to take the risk of approaching you.
For decades we have been an advocate in the nation’s courts for the rights of people 50 and older.
We work daily to challenge discrimination and protect older women and men from injustice.