“You look good for your age.”
“You’re too young to understand.”
In employment decisions, family discussions, medical care and even in birthday cards, assumptions about being “over the hill” are common.
What do you wish society would stop saying about your generation?
How can we talk about age and aging in a more positive, affirming way?
In this interactive and fun discussion, Dori Gillam welcomes individuals from every generation to explore how we can begin valuing all ages—including our own.
Sponsored by Humanities Washington and the Friends of the Richmond Beach Library.
Please register at www.kcls.org by August 3, 12pm.
You will be emailed a Zoom link.