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‘I do identify proudly as someone who is older and sometimes old. But we are very reluctant to identify as old, most of us. That’s one reason I encourage the word “older.” I use it as a noun – ‘olders and ‘youngers.’”
“My first disability origin story is when I became disabled. My second is when I became proud of my disability identity. ….But I just feel like it’s so liberating to be myself. That’s really how I think I came into my being proud over my disability identity.”
- Yo, is this ageist?
- Tiffany Yu’s podcast
- End Ageism: SF’s anti-ageism campaign
- Generations Beat Online
- Becoming Disabled: New York Times Article
- Ed Roberts Campus, Berkeley
- This Chair Rocks, A Manifesto Against Ageism
Ted Talks by Ashton and Tiffany