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Thanks to the panelists Mario Avila, Ofelia Esparza, Amanda Macal and Don Rodolfito Fernández. Also to the facilitators Carla Osorio and José Fuentes. Many thanks to the East Los Angeles Library for sharing their space with us to learn together to honor the wisdom of the years.

We learned from our grandmothers, grandfathers, and “3rd Youth” activists in this panel they had a dialogue focused on some of the following topics:

  • How does technology affect or benefit the elderly?
  • How to challenge social stereotypes towards the elderly?
  • What do you do to stay so radiant and active in these social times?
  • Words of motivation for the new generations of immigrants and their families?