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In Season 2 of Generations Bylines, host Peter Kaldes talks with journalists who cover aging about the aging beat, ageism, and life in general. Episode 1 features Paula Span, who writes the New York Times New Old Age column and teaches journalism at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. 
In this episode of Bylines, Peter Kaldes speaks with authors Laura Mosqueda, Alyssa Neumann, and Eden Ruiz-Lopez talking about their article “Reframing Elder Abuse” in the Spring 2020 issue of Generations
Moderated by Peter Kaldes, CEO of the American Society on Aging, the second podcast in the series features Spring 2020 Generations author Kathy Greenlee talking about her article “Our National Shame: Little to No Funding for Elder Abuse Prevention and Response.”
Moderated by ASA CEO Peter Kaldes, the first podcast in the series is Bylines: The National Collaboratory on Elder Mistreatment, and features Spring 2020 Generations authors Rebecca Jackson Stoeckle and Scott Bane talking about their article “The National Collaboratory on Elder Mistreatment.”
Peter Kaldes welcomes award-winning journalist, author and public speaker Katy Butler to this episode of Generations Bylines. Butler is the bestselling author of The Art of Dying Well and Knocking on Heaven’s Door. She and Kaldes discuss her experience as a caregiver, her own aging and her writing about those experiences. Butler also tackles the impact of ageism on the media, healthcare and society.
In this episode of Generations Bylines, Peter Kaldes, President and CEO of the American Society on Aging talks with Richard Eisenberg. Eisenberg is Managing Editor of Next Avenue and the editor of its Money & Policy and Work & Purpose channels. He this the author of two books: How to Avoid a Mid-Life Financial Crisis and The Money Book of Personal Finance. Peter and Richard discuss finance and careers for older Americans and the impact of COVID-19, as well as ageism in the media.This episode was recorded in October 2020.Host:Peter Kaldes, President and CEO of the American Society on AgingGuest:Richard Eisenberg, Managing Editor of Next Avenue
In this episode of Generations Bylines, Peter Kaldes, President and CEO of ASA, talks with Ina Jaffe. Jaffe covers aging for NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered. In 2015, she was named by PBS's Next Avenue as one of the nation's top Influencers in Aging. Kaldes and Jaffe discuss her role as a journalist covering the aging beat and how ageism impacts both her work and the journalism industry more broadly.Host:Peter Kaldes, President and CEO of the American Society on AgingGuest:Ina Jaffe, NPR correspondent covering the aging of America.
Elizabeth White, author of "55, Underemployed, and Faking Normal" (2020), and "Fifty-Five, Unemployed, and Faking Normal" (2016), joined Generations Bylines host and ASA CEO, Peter Kaldes. Peter and Elizabeth discuss her books and ageism in employment practices, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting unemployment on older people, especially women and BIPOC.Follow Elizabeth White on Twitter: @55fakingnormal
The newest episode of Generations Bylines features Ari Seth Cohen, photographer, author of the books “Advanced Love” and “Older and Wiser” and creator of the blog Advanced Style, and Judith Boyd, model and blogger at Style Crone. Listen as Ari and Judith share their views of aging, what society needs to understand about becoming old and how they vividly counteract traditional norms about how older people should look. 
Authors Ken Dychtwald and Robert Morison join ASA's CEO Peter Kaldes to discuss their new book, What Retirees Want: A Holistic View of Life's Third Age. In this book, they provide readers with unparalleled insights into the minds and hearts of the retired (and nearly retired) population, addressing the business case for reframing aging and marketing to retirees, the key values, dreams, and ambition of retirees, and innovations that are needed to connect retirees to better health, stronger community, and a renewed sense of purpose. ASA, Dychtwald, and Morison have a shared vision of not seeing older adults as a singular group of people, but rather as dynamic, changing, and vibrantly diverse people who are living in a variety of stages of life. What Retirees Want helps people, organizations, and companies better understand this so that we can better serve, market to, build for, and design for all people, no matter where they fall in their life course.We are so grateful that Dychtwald, a longtime ASA member and leader, is generously donating his proceeds from the sale of this book to the American Society on Aging.
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