You’ve heard it here before: if SAGE-RI isn’t already important to you, it should be!
by Sally Ann Hay. Exciting Changes on the Horizon The life of a grassroots, stand-alone, organization that is staffed by volunteers is exciting, exhilarating, exhausting…and precarious! SAGE–RI has been in search of firmer footing for some time now and we are delighted to announce that we have found a parent organization who is prepared to […]
by Cathy S. Cranston. The April luncheon for LGBT older adults and their allies, like the inaugural lunch in March, sold out well in advance. The room was abuzz as old friends and new ones gathered for great food, spirited conversation, and some laughs courtesy of comic Poppy Champlin. “The chefs and waitstaff from the […]
by Cathy S. Cranston. For the last several months SAGE student intern and videographer extraordinaire Jeffrey Hartley has been interviewing community members about their views of life gone by and life yet to come, seen through the lens older age provides. What has emerged from the project is not only a high quality video that […]
by Cathy S. Cranston. SAGE-RI has received a small grant to partner with SAGE USA and other SAGE affiliates across the country on a campaign called Our Tomorrow. Our Tomorrow is an effort to engage LGBTQ people across the country in a conversation to shape the future of a bigger, bolder movement that leaves no […]