AARP NY Livability for All? Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Livability Across New York- 12/04/2020

Friday, Dec 4, 2020
From 10am to 3pm Eastern Time


Contact: AARP New York

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Where are we in 2020 in ensuring that ALL New Yorkers live in a truly livable community?

AARP’s Fourth Annual Summit on Livability will convene local community groups, activists, constituents, and experts to discuss taking communities from unlivable to livable. 

During the summit we will highlight the disparities rooted in social determinants of health that cause severe disparities in life expectancy and other adverse health outcomes in communities of color across New York State.

Local policymakers and elected leaders will be invited to participate and can take advantage of the opportunity to hear from constituents and local activists.

Keynote Speaker
Oboi Reed
Oboi Reed, Founder Equiticity

Plenary Speaker
Pastor George Nicholas
Pastor George Nicholas, Chair African American Health Equity Task Force, Buffalo, NY

Plenary Speaker

Noah Kazis




Noah Kazis, Legal Fellow Furman Center, New York  University School of Law


Your perspective is crucial to this important discussion. We are counting on your participation; please join AARP New York for this virtual Summit on Livability.


Register today!


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