Browse “Diversity and Inclusion”

Aging and Gender in Literature: Studies in Creativity

Books and Chapters

From WorldCat’s description: By adding consideration of age to that of race, gender, and class, this volume seeks to show how growing older affects literary creativity and psychological development, and to examine how individual writing …

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Commission on Aging

Websites

From the Commission on Aging site: The Commission on Aging serves as a catalyst for improving public awareness of the senior and aging community. We work in collaboration with diverse community members and organizations to …

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Harnessing the Power of Age Diversity: Getting the Best Out of the Five-Generation Workforce

Articles and Blog Posts

From HBR.org: “Generational identity should be a source of learning, not division.” “Are tensions between different generations escalating? In organizations, lack of trust between older and younger workers often yields a culture of competition and …

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Office for Diversity, Literacy and Outreach Services

Websites

From the website: The ALA Office for Diversity, Literacy and Outreach Services supports library and information science workers in creating responsible and all-inclusive spaces that serve and represent the entire community. To accomplish this, we …

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On diversity and creative ageing

Reports

This short report includes eleven case studies of creative ageing projects in the UK which set out to engage sections of the older population that are often under-served by arts and cultural organisations, including organisations …

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SAGE

Websites

From the website: For 40-plus years, SAGE has worked tirelessly on behalf of LGBT older people. Building off the momentum of the Stonewall uprising and the emerging LGBT civil rights movement, a group of activists …

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Still Out, Still Aging: the Metlife Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Baby Boomers

Research and Studies

From the introduction: Although predicting the future is a risky venture, asking LGBT Baby Boomers about their plans, fears, and hopes about aging is a good way to begin assessing what aging might look like …

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You’re Overlooking a Source of Diversity: Age

Audio and Podcasts

From HBR.org: “A conversation with Miami University professor Megan Gerhardt on benefiting from generational differences. Megan Gerhardt, management professor at Miami University, studies the impact of generational conflict on organizations. She says too many leaders …

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