The Pandemic Reveals the Disturbing Depths of Ageism, Especially for Women

Ageism, a new study finds, is “prevalent, ubiquitous and insidious” and not getting enough global attention.

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In Brooklyn, N.Y., a cafe on the Coney Island boardwalk draws people of all ages, soaking up the sun in the pandemic, October 2020. JOHN PENNEY

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