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Celebrating Strength Across Generations

While Pride Month is often seen only for the rainbows and parades, we know it is about much more here at SAGE. Our elders remember a time when the world viewed our community differently, and they fought for generations so […]

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Proud, Resilient, and SAGEStrong

The past year has forced us all to be adaptable, tenacious, and compassionate. But this was not our elders’ first pandemic and it was not the first time they had to come together to support one another through hard times. […]

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Letters to SAGE

Celebrate this Pride season by honoring LGBT elder pioneers! You are invited to write letters to SAGE’s elder residents of NYC’s first and largest LGBT-welcoming, affordable elder housing developments: Stonewall House in Brooklyn and Crotona Pride House in the Bronx. […]

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Building Community Across Borders

On March 16, 2020, SAGE’s LGBT elder centers across New York’s usually bustling boroughs did not open their doors. Like so many other non-profit organizations and businesses forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were many questions and […]

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Finding strength in community action

Across the country, LGBT elders are living fully by reinvesting their talents, expertise, hard work, and passion into the communities they love. In celebration of Older Americans Month, we’re featuring just a few of our incredible community pioneers and the […]

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We need transgender visibility on the National Survey!

You have a chance to ask the Biden administration to once again collect data on the needs of transgender elders. Every year, the federal government conducts a survey on whether we are meeting the needs of the most vulnerable older […]

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