October
30

Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University Presents: Do Older Adults Have Equitable Access to Livable Communities?

Partner Events

Do older adults in the US have equal access to highly livable neighborhoods? What makes a neighborhood livable, and to what extent does access vary by income, race, or ethnicity? In a special session of our Housing Research Seminar, we will release a new report from the Center and AARP which examines the AARP Livability Index and finds that access to the most livable communities is not equitable, especially for older adults, and particularly for lower-income older adults and older communities of color. The report will be presented by Jennifer Molinsky, a senior research associate at the Center, followed by a panel with Rodney Harrell (AARP Public Policy Institute) and Kathleen Otte (US Department of Health and Human Services).

October 30, 9:15am, Online Event RSVP
October 30
Partner Events

Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University Presents: Do Older Adults Have Equitable Access to Livable Communities?

October 30, 9:15am, at Online Event RSVP

Do older adults in the US have equal access to highly livable neighborhoods? What makes a neighborhood livable, and to what extent does access vary by income, race, or ethnicity? In a special session of our Housing Research Seminar, we will release a new report from the Center and AARP which examines the AARP Livability Index and finds that access to the most livable communities is not equitable, especially for older adults, and particularly for lower-income older adults and older communities of color. The report will be presented by Jennifer Molinsky, a senior research associate at the Center, followed by a panel with Rodney Harrell (AARP Public Policy Institute) and Kathleen Otte (US Department of Health and Human Services).