Special Edition 2023

Structural Ageism

Our Guest Editors: Committed to the Case Against Structural Ageism
By Alison Biggar

Michael Adams
Michael Adams
Rani Kronick
Rani Kronick

On Ableism, Ageism, and the Intersections Between Them
By Alan S. Gutterman

The Structural Roots of Ageism and Ableism: What It Means for LGBTQ+ Older Adults
By Michael Adams

Incorporating an Anti-Ageist and Anti-Ableist Lens into DEI Work
By Kylie Madhav

With Age, Blacks Fall Into Poverty as Their Health Worsens
By Rodney A. Brooks

How Ageism and Ableism Intersect with Gender Bias in Medicine
By Rani Kronick and Terri L. Wilder

On Disability, Race, and Sexuality
Interview with Patricia Fraser-Morales by Rani Kronick

Human-centered Design to Address Ageism and Ableism in Rural America
By Sara Cantor

Intersectionality Can Shape the Support Networks of Older Women with HIV
By Jasmine A. Manalel and Mark Brennan-Ing

SAGE Uses an Advocacy Agenda to Confront Structural Ageism and Ableism for LGBTQ+ Elders
By Josh Dubensky

The Power and Limits of Law to Fight Structural Ageism, Ableism, and Racism
By Gelila Selassie and Denny Chan

Reversing the Systemic Tide to Truly Lift All Boats
By Didier Trinh

Suggested citation for articles in this issue: [Last Name(s), First Name(s)]. “Article Title.” Generations Journal, vol. 47 (Fall 2023 Supplement). generations.asaging.org/SAGE-2023


Generations Journal is the quarterly journal of the American Society on Aging. Each issue is devoted to bringing together the most useful and current knowledge about a specific topic in the field of aging, with emphasis on practice, research, and policy.