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SAGE Story: Imani & Andrea
April 08, 2013 09:07 AM PDT
As part of our marriage equality series, Imani and Andrea (Washington, D.C.) tell us why they met and why it was important for them to get legally married. Listen to their story and check out more at http://sageusa.org/marriageequality.SAGE Story: Evie's Coming Out
March 22, 2013 06:27 AM PDT
Evie, a SAGE constituent, tells the story of coming out and her parents - who survived the Holocaust. "The key message of my childhood-from the day I was born-was that what Hitler did to the Jews, could be done to anybody and I had an obligation to be socially aware of every body in my life. So it came as a shock to me-after having been taught that-at age 23 when I would come out to my mother, she spit on the floor and said 'if Hitler didn't kill me, you will'...It's been 40 years since I came out, and there has been little tolerance in my family about me coming out and the very lesson they ingrained in me, they could not do themselves."SAGE Story: Eleanor Smith
March 04, 2013 01:50 PM PST
Eleanor Smith, founder of Concrete Change and a disability advocate, speaks at the SAGE plenary at the 2013 Creating Change Conference held in Atlanta, GA.SAGE Story: Frances
February 26, 2013 06:16 AM PST
Listen to Frances, a SAGE Story participant, tell us how she survived a stroke with the help of her lover, friends and her own strength. Interviewed by Bryan Pacheco of SAGE.SAGE Story: Richard Rhodes
February 11, 2013 09:08 AM PST
Richard Rhodes, Board Member, Atlanta Prime Timers and Founding Member, SAGE Atlanta, speaks of his activism at the 2013 Creating Change Conference held in Atlanta, GA.SAGE Story: Mary Anne Adams, MSW
February 01, 2013 07:12 AM PST
Mary Anne Adams, MSW, shares her story at the 2013 Creating Change Conference held in Atlanta, GA. She is the Founder/Board Chair, ZAMI NOBLA (National Association of Black Lesbians on Aging); Director, Center for Community Training/Research and Director, Community Engagement/ Outreach, Center for Health Disparities Research (CORE), Georgia State University Institute of Public HealthSAGE Story: Pat Hussain
February 01, 2013 07:10 AM PST
Pat Hussain, Proud grandmother of Premiere and Ka'Juan and Co-Founder of Southerners on New Ground (SONG), tells her story at the 2013 Creating Change Conference in Atlanta, GA.SAGE Story: Charles Stevens
February 01, 2013 07:05 AM PST
Charles Stevens, President, Atlanta Prime Timers and Member, American Veteran’s for Equal Rights (AVER), tells his story at the 2013 Creating Change Conference in Atlanta, GA.SAGE Story: Cheryl Courtney-Evans
February 02, 2013 10:00 AM PST
Cheryl Courtney-Evans, Founder/Executive Director, Transgender Individuals Living Their Truth, Inc., speaks of her activism at the 2013 Creating Change Conference held in Atlanta, GA.Addressing Elder Abuse and Ageism: Local and National Organizational Responses
January 30, 2013 06:26 AM PST
This is a recording of a panel held at the Creating Change conference in Atlanta, GA in January of 2013. Dan Mullins and Jan Greisinger are featured in order of appearance.The Personal is Political
January 28, 2013 03:49 PM PST
This plenary panel was held on January 24, 2013 at The Creating Change Conference held in Atlanta, GA.
Prominent Atlanta-based activists spoke about the intersection of their personal lives, their advocacy work and how this work changes and deepens with age.
Participants included: Eleanor Smith, Charles Stevens, Richard Rhodes, Cheryl-Courtney Evans, Pat Hussain and Mary Anne Adams (in order of appearance on podcast)SAGE Story: Phyllis Siegel
January 23, 2013 10:29 AM PST
Phyllis Siegel , a SAGE Constituent, volunteer and tireless advocate, shares her story on how she met her partner Connie Kopelov, at SAGE. Phyllis and Connie were the first lesbian couple to marry in New York City on July 24, 2011 and were Grand Marshalls at the NYC 2012 Pride Parade.Geo's SAGE Story
January 18, 2013 08:28 AM PST
A SAGE Member and Volunteer, Geo shares his story about coming to America and the hardships of being a gay Latino man.Social Security Benefits Podcast
October 04, 2012 07:53 AM PDT
The topic of this podcast is Social Security Benefits. Laurie Young, Director of Aging and Economic Security at the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, will provide a broad overview of Social Security—it’s threats and challenges—and a rundown of the progressive organizations working to save Social Security. Aaron Tax, Director of Federal Relations at SAGE, will present on the broader debate regarding Social Security as well as the impact of the lack of equality on LGBT older adults. Gerald McIntyre, Directing Attorney at the National Senior Citizens Law Center (NSCLC), will speak about a new Social Security initiative with NSCLC and Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders (GLAD).
The Roundtable is organized by SAGE—Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders. Members represent 50 aging providers, LGBT organizations and a number of organizations that provide services and programs designed specifically for LGBT older adults across the US including our 23 SAGE affiliates. Today we are going to be talking about Social Security and a new initiative by the National Senior Citizens Law Center and GLAD regarding spousal and survivor benefits and same sex couples.
This podcast is a a Production of the National LGBT Aging Roundtable–organized by SAGE in partnership with the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and was moderated by Serena Worthington, Director of Community Advocacy and Capacity Building, SAGE, on September 20, 2012.
Please click here to download a PDF from GLAD on how to protect your Social Security benefits.SAGENet Leaders in the Spotlight: Best practices for Pride events
April 13, 2012 11:59 AM PDT
Welcome to SAGE’s live recording of a special conversation with our national affiliates. In this episode, we feature SAGE Leaders in the Spotlight: Best practices for Pride events with Shari Wilkins of SAGE of the Rockies and Sherrill Wayland from SAGE Metro St. Louis. Shari and Sherrill share stories about past pride events and ideas for Pride 2012 and then follow up with a Q&A and comments about Pride 2012.
Services & Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) is the country's largest and oldest organization dedicated to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) older adults. The mission of SAGE is to lead in addressing issues related to LGBT aging. In partnership with constituents and allies, SAGE works to achieve a high quality of life for LGBT older adults, supports and advocates for their rights, fosters a greater understanding of aging in all communities, and promotes positive images of LGBT life in later years.
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