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First Day January 5, 2020
Second DayJanuary 6, 2020
Third DayJanuary 8, 2020
Fourth DayJanuary 9, 2020

Welcome: A partnership in racial equity and aging

Paula Basta, Director, Illinois Department on Aging

Panel One: Centering Racial Equity and Aging

How to understand, challenge, and change structural racism and institutional racial inequities facing older adults of color. >>> Moderator: Audra Wilson, President, Shriver Center on Poverty Law >>> Diana N. Derige, DrPH, Director, Health Equity Strategy and Development, American Medical Association

Panel Two: Storytelling for Advocacy

Older people share their experiences of racial disparities and their hopes for change. >>> Moderator: Kim Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank; Senior Director, Policy and Advocacy Operations, AIDS Foundation Chicago

Enjoy the coffee break

Panel Three: Data-Driven Policy Reform Through an Aging and Racial Equity Lens

A dynamic panel of local and national leaders review emerging data and provide practical policy and program reform to reduce racial disparities among older adults. >>> Moderator: Kim Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank; Senior Director, Policy and Advocacy Operations, AIDS Foundation Chicago >>> J Harish I. Patel, Executive Director,...

Panel Four: Call to Action – Philanthropy

Local and national leaders in philanthropy share their best practices and their call to other philanthropists to work actively to reduce institutional racial inequities within the aging population. >>> Lisa Ryerson, President, AARP Foundation >>> Anna Lee, Chicago Community Trust >>> Maria Pesqueira, President, Healthy Communities Foundation

Welcome: A partnership in racial equity and aging

Paula Basta, Director, Illinois Department on Aging

Panel One: Centering Racial Equity and Aging

How to understand, challenge, and change structural racism and institutional racial inequities facing older adults of color. >>> Moderator: Audra Wilson, President, Shriver Center on Poverty Law >>> Diana N. Derige, DrPH, Director, Health Equity Strategy and Development, American Medical Association

Panel Two: Storytelling for Advocacy

Older people share their experiences of racial disparities and their hopes for change. >>> Moderator: Kim Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank; Senior Director, Policy and Advocacy Operations, AIDS Foundation Chicago

Enjoy the coffee break

Panel Three: Data-Driven Policy Reform Through an Aging and Racial Equity Lens

A dynamic panel of local and national leaders review emerging data and provide practical policy and program reform to reduce racial disparities among older adults. >>> Moderator: Kim Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank; Senior Director, Policy and Advocacy Operations, AIDS Foundation Chicago >>> J Harish I. Patel, Executive Director,...

Panel Four: Call to Action – Philanthropy

Local and national leaders in philanthropy share their best practices and their call to other philanthropists to work actively to reduce institutional racial inequities within the aging population. >>> Lisa Ryerson, President, AARP Foundation >>> Anna Lee, Chicago Community Trust >>> Maria Pesqueira, President, Healthy Communities Foundation

Welcome: A partnership in racial equity and aging

Paula Basta, Director, Illinois Department on Aging

Panel One: Centering Racial Equity and Aging

How to understand, challenge, and change structural racism and institutional racial inequities facing older adults of color. >>> Moderator: Audra Wilson, President, Shriver Center on Poverty Law >>> Diana N. Derige, DrPH, Director, Health Equity Strategy and Development, American Medical Association

Panel Two: Storytelling for Advocacy

Older people share their experiences of racial disparities and their hopes for change. >>> Moderator: Kim Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank; Senior Director, Policy and Advocacy Operations, AIDS Foundation Chicago

Enjoy the coffee break

Panel Three: Data-Driven Policy Reform Through an Aging and Racial Equity Lens

A dynamic panel of local and national leaders review emerging data and provide practical policy and program reform to reduce racial disparities among older adults. >>> Moderator: Kim Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank; Senior Director, Policy and Advocacy Operations, AIDS Foundation Chicago >>> J Harish I. Patel, Executive Director,...

Panel Four: Call to Action – Philanthropy

Local and national leaders in philanthropy share their best practices and their call to other philanthropists to work actively to reduce institutional racial inequities within the aging population. >>> Lisa Ryerson, President, AARP Foundation >>> Anna Lee, Chicago Community Trust >>> Maria Pesqueira, President, Healthy Communities Foundation

Welcome: A partnership in racial equity and aging

Paula Basta, Director, Illinois Department on Aging

Panel One: Centering Racial Equity and Aging

How to understand, challenge, and change structural racism and institutional racial inequities facing older adults of color. >>> Moderator: Audra Wilson, President, Shriver Center on Poverty Law >>> Diana N. Derige, DrPH, Director, Health Equity Strategy and Development, American Medical Association

Panel Two: Storytelling for Advocacy

Older people share their experiences of racial disparities and their hopes for change. >>> Moderator: Kim Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank; Senior Director, Policy and Advocacy Operations, AIDS Foundation Chicago

Enjoy the coffee break

Panel Three: Data-Driven Policy Reform Through an Aging and Racial Equity Lens

A dynamic panel of local and national leaders review emerging data and provide practical policy and program reform to reduce racial disparities among older adults. >>> Moderator: Kim Hunt, Executive Director, Pride Action Tank; Senior Director, Policy and Advocacy Operations, AIDS Foundation Chicago >>> J Harish I. Patel, Executive Director,...

Panel Four: Call to Action – Philanthropy

Local and national leaders in philanthropy share their best practices and their call to other philanthropists to work actively to reduce institutional racial inequities within the aging population. >>> Lisa Ryerson, President, AARP Foundation >>> Anna Lee, Chicago Community Trust >>> Maria Pesqueira, President, Healthy Communities Foundation