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We make aging better for LGBT people nationwide. How? We show up and speak out for the issues that matter to us. We teach. We answer your calls. We connect—generations, each other, allies. We win. And together, we celebrate. Learn more about our mission and core values.

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Engaging workshops, group problem-solving, and ongoing learning!

Join us October 13 to 16!

We are SAGEStrong

We are SAGEStrong. As unprecedented as the COVID-19 pandemic is, it is neither SAGE nor the LGBT community’s first experience with an epidemic. The grit, creativity, commitment, compassion and resilience that powered the LGBT community through the AIDS crisis still […]

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BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) LGBT Elders Remind Us History Isn’t Just Lived, It’s Made

As we begin our celebration of LGBT History Month, we must recognize how LGBT history has been told. For decades, the trailblazing work of BIPOC LGBT pioneers has been eclipsed by white and cisgender narratives. Names like Marsha P. Johnson […]

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  • Paulette Thomas, SAGE Harlem participant

    SAGE is a place for one human being to reach out to another. To be around like-minded people who understand your age and your identity–as a woman of color, as a lesbian–it’s great.

    — Paulette Thomas, SAGE Harlem participant
  • Max Micozzi, SAGE Metro Portland

    Being a SAGE affiliate connects us with SAGE's national work. It helps us to succeed with programming, advocacy, direct impact, and positive outcomes for our ever-growing LGBT older population.

    — Max Micozzi, SAGE Metro Portland
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