Why ageism is the biggest obstacle to arts education for olders, on Teaching Artistry; shifting attitudes about longer lives on The Big Middle; career challenges for older women and making feminism more age-inclusive, on Bossed Up; why authors and publishers exclude older characters from genre fiction, on Breaking the Glass Slipper; challenging ageism in the advertising industry, on The Campaign; generational divides, on Bristol Unpacked; ageism in tech, specifically at IBM, on Code Newbie; age bias in the asexual community, on The Ace Couple; geriatrician Louise Aronson on ageist stigmas and stereotypes in healthcare, on Elevate Elder Care; barriers to full employment for older women in Britain, on Employment Rights Online; Carl Honoré on recognizing the benefits of aging, on BBC Four Thought; Mac Prichard on overcoming ageism in a job search on Enlightenment of Change; how ageism manifests itself in the event industry, on #Eventicons; ageism and Christianity, on West Church Podcast; what makes ageism so insidious, on Perseverance Overrated with Kewal Kappor; Becca Levy, author of Breaking the Age Code, on KPCW’s The Mountain Life; ageism in Hollywood on Melissa Rivers’ Group Text; marginalizing children, on One Free Family; how ageism affects medicine and medical practitioners, on The Palliators; the challenges and opportunities facing older Americans, on Not Born Yesterday; how ageism affects older adults with cancer, on the Oncology Podcast; what we can learn from indigenous peoples about honoring elderhood, on Seriously Social; rejecting ageist beliefs that poison late life, on Retiree Rebels; members of the Black LGBTQ community discuss aging, on So Much to Say; how systemic ageism works and why we should fear aging less, on Wrinkle Radio; age bias, gender bias, accessibility of services, and barriers to care for an aging population, on The Thoughtful Counselor; and gerontologist Tracy Gendron on ageist language, on Who cares? What’s the point?
The text "One Free Family" with a family of two parents and three children standing beside a large tree, all in a white shadow with a green background. Below is the phrase "A new take on peaceful parenting"
Clear explanations of what ageism against kids looks like, from parents who support self-directed learning
Intersectionality Matters with Kimberlé Crenshaw episode 10 Age Against the Machine: The Fatal Intersection of Racism & Ageism In the Time of Coronavirus with Ashton Applewhite & J.R. Fleming
Kimberlé Crenshaw, the scholar who invented the term "intersectionality" talks with activist Ashton Applewhite
A circle with a brown background and a rocking chair in the center. A light white line crosses the circle making a version of the "NO" symbol. Across the top of the circle is the word "Retiree" with the word "Rebels" across the bottom.
This series aims to inform & inspire retirees to move beyond ageist stereotypes in their thoughts & actions