[OPINION] Race and Age: America’s Future

Fernando Torres-Gil, the director of the UCLA Center for Policy Research on Aging, and principal investigator for the Ford Foundation-funded Latinos and Economic Security project, wrote an excellent op-ed piece in today’s Houston Chronicle. It looks to the future of America, and points out that within 15 years the last of the Baby Boomers will have turned 65, and within about 15 years of that minorities will actually be a majority in America. It’s a great, personal insight into one man’s view of what those changes might mean, and is well worth the read.

Senior Citizen and Latina