Our daily interactions are full of casual jokes, clichés, and compliments that are blatantly ageist but culturally acceptable.
“Casual ageism” is rampant and not as harmless as it seems. Katy Read, writing in the Star Tribune, takes a comprehensive look at those everyday ageist things we unwittingly say and do – and offers advice from experts on what we can do about the problem.
It’s rare that we have friends 10 years younger or older than we are. And that’s a shame, says anti-ageism activist Ashton Applewhite. In a recent blog post, she argues that an intergenerational world is a better world.