A better society after lockdown is one where older people are valued
Ageism was first described in 1968 by psychologist Rob Butler, who predicted it would become nastier when resources are scarce.
26 AUGUST 2020 · 12:07 CET
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We want a better society after lockdown, where older people are valued as God intended.
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