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LgBt m Aac Pjc (mAP)
The LGBT Movement Advancement Project is an independentintellectual resource or the LGBT movement. MAP’s mission isto speed achievement o ull social and political equality orLGBT people by providing strategic inormation, insights, andanalyses that help increase and align resources or highestimpact. For more inormation, go towww.lgbtmap.org.
sic a Acacy gay, Lbia, Bixal ata el (sAge)
SAGE is the world’s oldest and largest nonprot agencydedicated to serving LGBT older people. Since its inception,SAGE has pioneered programs and services or the agingLGBT community, provided technical assistance and trainingto expand opportunities or LGBT older people across thecountry, and provided a national voice on LGBT aging issues. In2005, SAGE became the rst ocial LGBT delegate at a WhiteHouse Conerence on Aging. In 2010, SAGE was awarded a3-year, $900,000 grant rom the U.S. Department o Health andHuman Services and the Administration on Aging to createthe nation’s only national resource center on LGBT aging. Formore inormation go towww.sageusa.org.
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Aica sciy Ai (AsA)
The American Society on Aging is an association o diverseindividuals bound by a common goal: to support thecommitment and enhance the knowledge and skills o thosewho seek to improve the quality o lie o older adults andtheir amilies. The membership o ASA is a multidisciplinaryarray o proessionals who are concerned with the physical,emotional, social, economic and spiritual aspects o aging.ASA’s 6000 members are researchers, practitioners, educators,business people and policymakers concerned with thephysical, emotional, social, economic and spiritual aspects o aging. For more inormation go towww.asaging.org.
C Aica P (CAP)
The Center or American Progress is a think tank dedicatedto improving the lives o Americans through ideas andaction. CAP combines bold policy ideas with a moderncommunications platorm to help shape the national debate.CAP is designed to provide long-term leadership and supportto the progressive movement. CAP’s policy experts cover awide range o issue areas, and oten work across disciplines totackle complex, interrelated issues such as national security,energy, and climate change. For more inormation seewww.americanprogress.org.
naial si Ciiz’ Law C (nsCLC)
The National Senior Citizens Law Center works to promotethe independence and well-being o low-income elderly anddisabled Americans, especially women, people o color, and otherdisadvantaged minorities. NSCLC believes in publicly-undedsaety net programs, and works to preserve and strengthenMedicaid, Medicare, Social Security and Supplemental SecurityIncome. To guarantee air treatment, NSCLS works or greateraccess to ederal courts or citizens and or better enorcemento consumers’ legal rights in saety net programs. NSCLC workstoward an America in which elderly people and people withdisabilities can: live in dignity and saety, ree o the worries andpain o poverty; aord health care to the end o their days; andcontribute to their amilies and societies to the best o theirabilities. For more inormation, seewww.nsclc.org.
LgBt m Aac Pjc (mAP)
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