As we celebrate 50 years of impact, and look forward to continuing our advocacy on behalf of low-income older adults—including through our strategic initiative to advance equity—we are excited to honor our 50th Anniversary through our 50 Videos for 50 Years Project.
By the end of the year, the project will feature 50 key leaders in aging from across the country speaking to our shared values including justice, equity, caregiving, ending elder homelessness, expanding in-home care, promoting innovation, and more. We’ll release one new video each week throughout 2022.
The individuals you’ll see in the videos below represent a diverse array of voices, including advocacy partners, legal services providers, clients, policymakers, and more. Be sure to check back often as this page will be updated weekly with new videos.
Share your favorites on social media and tag @justiceinaging using the hashtag #50For50Justice.
Justice in Aging thanks AARP for its support to make this video project and other 50th anniversary activities possible.
Watch Justice in Aging Executive Director, Kevin Prindiville in conversation with our founding director and current board member Paul Nathanson.
Alison Hirschel, Michigan Elder Justice Initiative
Jason Resendez, UsAgainstAlzheimer’s Center for Brain Health Equity
Illinois US Representative Jan Schakowsky
Fatima Goss, National Women's Law Center
Congresswoman Debbie Dingell
Diego Cartagena, Bet Tzedek
Debra Whitman, AARP
Ashton Applewhite, Activist
Senator Sherrod Brown
Josephine Kalipeni, Family Values @ Work
Fernando Torres-Gil, Aging Policy Expert
Ella Jones, Self Advocate
California Governor Gavin Newsom
Ai-jen Poo, National Domestic Workers Alliance and Caring Across Generations