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Mother-Daughter Team Inspires Others to Stay Fit at Home

During the pandemic, personal trainer April Hattori partnered with her 80-year-old mother Aiko Sokolowski to bring exercise to millions on YouTube.

 

Health

9 Questions for Public Health Expert Dr. Leana Wen

How a pandemic revealed health disparities

Asian Americans Have Lower Vaccination Rates

Only 6 percent have received a shot as of late June

How Race and Ethnicity Impact Alzheimer's Care, Perceptions

Asian Americans see cost as a barrier to good care

Heritage and Heroes

World War II Veteran, Gets to Talk With Tammy Duckworth

Bob Levine first met future senator 17 years ago when she was recovering from Iraq War injuries

Honoring AAPI Mothers and Their Influence

AARP employees share stories about love and resilience

Icons in Asian American Culture

12 people who made a difference in politics, entertainment, sports and more

Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Stars Honor Heroes

Greg Louganis, Padma Lakshmi, Amy Tan and more laud their elders

7 Historic AAPI Sites That Contribute to America’s Past

Parks, monuments, memorials explore Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage and culture

Entertainment

Sandra Oh Goes to the Head of the Class in 'The Chair'

The award-winning actress shares the pain of anti-Asian bigotry and her new show

The 15 Best AAPI TV Shows to Binge-Watch Right Now

From coming-of-age comedies and edgy dramas to reality TV, meet your next summer obsessions

Fiction, Poetry and History From AAPI Authors

Offerings include a book of Burmese poetry and novels depicting the Asian American experience

Money & Jobs

Many Minority Retirees Are Struggling With Debt

Study finds disparities between residents of minority and white communities

How Your Restaurant Business Can Get a Government Grant

The Restaurant Revitalization Fund covers revenues lost due to the pandemic

How to Find a Mentor for Your Small Business

Connecting and networking with experienced advisers can help your business grow

Culture and Current Events

Asian American Community Rallies to Protect Elders

Whistles to thwart attacks, food vouchers for the hungry and marches bring awareness and aid

Indian Family Taps Heritage to Enrich Winery

Barrier-breaking Virginia operation includes a dash of South Asian decor, food and celebrations

Older Asian Americans and the History of Anti-Asian Violence

This episode of podcast “Take on Today” provides perspective on recent incidents

Caregiving Stories Caregiver Resource Center

Director Richard Lui's Film Salutes Young Caregivers

Documentary focuses on caring for disabled veterans

When Cultural Styles Clash as You Care for a Loved One

Learn to understand differences, find common ground

Outreach, Training Needed to Help All Minority Caregivers

Almost a third of caregivers self-identify as minorities

AAPI Video Spotlight

10-Minute All-in-One, Full-Body Workout

Mother-daughter duo Aiko Sokolowski and April Hattori lead this workout, which can improve balance

Greg Louganis Reflects on Hero Duke Kahanamoku

Gold-medal Olympian diver found a connection to his Pacific Islander heritage

Teen Invents Device to Help Caregivers Prevent Wandering

17-year-old Kenneth Shinozuka invented the wearable device, which sends an alert to a caregiver’s phone

Connect With Us

Chinese Your First Language? AARP Has a Website for You

Catch up on topics such as caregiving, financial security and health and wellness in Chinese

Keep Safe from Scams With AARP Fraud Watch Handbook

Uncover the strategies that scammers use against you to steal your personal data

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