Our Maturing Movement
On April 22, Laurie Young, Ph.D., the Task Force’s interim director of public policy and government affairs, moderated the first-ever congressional briefing on LGBT aging. Watch her comments in the video above, as well remarks from other specialists on LGBT aging from SAGE, NCTE and the Howard Brown Center .
Laurie ended her comments by saying the Task Force continues to advocate vigorously for the rights of LGBT elders, and press for an end to the pervasive inequities they face. Learn more about the Task Force’s longtime work on LGBT aging issues right here.
You might also be interested in these reports we recently released on the topic:
Our Maturing Movement: State-by-State LGBT Aging Policy and Recommendations provides a comprehensive analysis of each state’s anti-discrimination laws both related to LGBT people and to aging and outlines ways in which those policies could be changed to improve the lives of LGBT elders.
Outing Age 2010: Public Policy Issues Affecting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Elders is an update to the groundbreaking Outing Age report we issued in 2000. Like its predecessor, Outing Age 2010 presents an in-depth look at public policy issues and challenges facing millions of aging LGBT people in the United States.