Treasured Legacies: Older and Still Great
They are dynamic senior citizens energetically marching to the beat of time. Irene Borins Ash, a consultant on ageing, captures their vitality in a series of striking black and white photographic portraits accompanied by biographical sketches and inspiring life philosophies in this beautiful book. These seniors demonstrate the possibilities for ageing wonderfully, with purpose, joy and achievement. Inspired by a touring photography exhibit, this book has political, social and multicultural relevance to people young and old(er).
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