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Q&A with Cynthia Rangoon Grant, Dept. on Aging in Connecticut

November 2014 | National Resource Center on LGBT Aging

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"Isolation is a critical concern for aging LGBT adults whose families of choice may be diminishing."

The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging is committed to working with and supporting advocates around the country. Read tThis Q&A is with Cynthia Rangoon Grant, an ally working in Connecticut, to learn more about her work and her advice for other advocates trying to make a positive change.


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