KJLH Annual Women’s Health Expo, Alzheimer’s, COVID-19 &the African American Community, May 8, 2021.
The Retirement Savings Gap
Novel Ways to Support Alzheimer’s Patients and Caregivers. Facebook Live, USC, September 21, 2018.
How to Improve Alzheimer’s Education among African Americans
Dr. Karen Lincoln - Senate Select Committee on Aging and Long Term Care
Exhale: "Exploring Mental Health"
The Future of Aging
Dr. Karen Lincoln presents the 2014 Pearmain Prize to Dr. Robert Taylor
Good News Radio Magazine, KTYM 1460 AM
APPEARANCES AND INTERVIEWS
1. Pandemic Profiteers. While the Rest of Us Die, Vice TV. Season 2; Episode 6, 2021.
1. Racism is the Most Significant Underlying Condition in the COVID-19 Pandemic. Poynter, October 8, 2020.
2. HHS Must Act Boldly to Help African-Americans Fight Alzheimer’s Disease. StatNews, February 28, 2019.
3. African Americans Suffer from Alzheimer’s at High Rates. The Crisis Magazine, September 21, 2018.
CAN’T FIND ONLINE
4. California’s Caregiver Crisis: African Americans Most at Risk. California Health Report, November 14, 2016.
5. Minorities are Forced into Nursing Homes at Greater Rates. New York Times, September 25, 2014.
6. The Economic Argument for More Aid to the Elderly Poor. The Wall Street Journal, January 23, 2015.
7. What My Father’s Death Taught Me About Long-Term Care. The Wall Street Journal, March, 18, 2015.
8. Increasing Long-term Care Options for Low-Income Seniors. About.com, April 1, 2015.
http://assistedliving.about.com/od/healthcaretechnology/fl/Increasing-Long-term-Care-Options-for-Low-Income-Seniors.htm. LINK INOPERABLE
RADIO AND PODCASTS
1. The State of California: Despite California's strict vaccine rules, about a quarter of Californians remain unvaccinated, KCBS All News, 106.9FM and 740 AM, August 16, 2021.
AUDIO HAS TO BE DOWNLOADED FROM THE SITE.
2. Wake Up With WURD (hosted by Solomon Jones), 96.1FM-WURD, Philadelphia, PA, March 25, 2021.
3. How To Get Vaccines To People Who Aren’t Going Out Of Their Way To Get Them, FiveThirtyEight, (By Anna Rothschild and Sinduja Srinivasan), March 22, 2021.
4. A Year of Pandemic for Seniors, KQED/NPR The Forum (hosted by Rachael Myrow), March 15, 2021.
5. No, the Tuskegee Study Is Not the Top Reason Some Black Americans Question the COVID-19 Vaccine, KQED/NPR, February 25, 2021.
6. The Indicator: The Homeless Count. NPR, April 27, 2018.
7. Social Programs for Low-Income Families. Morning Wave in Busan, FM 90.5, July 6, 2015.
8. Senior Poverty. Morning Wave in Busan, FM 90.5, February 4, 2015.
9. Exploring Mental Health. Guest on Exhale on AspireTV Network. Season 2, Episode 4, 2014.
1. Why Some US Blacks and Latinos Remain COVID-19 ‘Vaccine Deliberate.’ ABC News (by Hyeyoon (Alyssa) Choi). September 7, 2021.
2. USC researchers share discoveries on Alzheimer’s disease and discuss strategies to fight the illness, USC News (By Leigh Hopper and Jenesse Miller), June 24, 2021.
3. Why Black Aging Matters, Too. Kaiser Health News, September 3, 2020.
4. Why COVID-19 Is Particularly Dangerous for Older Black Americans. Healthline, September 9, 2020.
5. The White House Is Planning a Federal Intervention on California Homelessness. CityLab, September 11, 2019.
6. Study: Culturally Tailored Education is Key in Mitigating Alzheimer’s Disparities. Los Angeles Sentinel, December 13, 2018.
7. What's the Best Way to Stay Healthy? Let's Ask Our Studio Audience. Southern California Clinical and Translational Science Institute, December 3, 2018.
8. What a deadly fire is really like for the most vulnerable. The Hill, November 21, 2018. https://thehill.com/opinion/energy-environment/417795-what-a-deadly-fire-is-really-like-for-the-most-vulnerable
9. Alzheimer’s Education Takes a Page from Oprah’s Playbook. USC News, October 12, 2017.
10. “I never realized how Black everyone is”: The Uneasy Truth about America's Homeless. The Guardian, August 4, 2017.
11. Quality of Social Relationships May Accelerate Aging for African Americans. Social Work Today, June 29, 2017.
12. Lost in the Fog: Family Caregiving in California. California Health Report, March 11, 2017.
13. What’s it Like to be Homeless? A Survey Aims to Find Out, KCRW (public radio), March 10, 2017.
14. USC Partners on Countywide Homeless Count for the First Time. USC News, March 7, 2017.
15. Can Texting Boost What African Americans Know about Alzheimer’s? USC News, February 8, 2017.
16. L.A. Tallies its Homeless Population Amid Concern about Rising Encampments. Los Angeles Times and San Diego Union-Tribune, January 27, 2017.
17. Trump, Aging and the Wayback Machine. California Health Report, January 24, 2017.
18. Women More Likely Than Men to Face Poverty During Retirement. The New York Times, July 10, 2016.
19. From LA to NY, Mizzou's Protests Prompt Solidarity from Students. St. Louis Post-Dispatch, November 13, 2015
20. Lincoln Discusses Long-Term Care at State Senate Hearing. USC News, July 29, 2014.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
1. Lincoln Named Gerontological Society of America Fellow, USC News, June 24, 2014.
2. Lincoln Ranks among Top African-American Scholars in Social Work. USC News, June 5, 2014.
3. 2017 Influencer in Aging
4. 2018 Encore Public Voices Fellow
5. Associate Professor Karen Lincoln, Gerontology Researcher, Receives Two Significant Honors
Related link: https://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/889847
(Potential title: Karen Lincoln, PhD, FGSA receives the Maxwell A. Pollack Award for Productive Aging)
6. The Gerontological Society of America Names New Officers
Karen D. Lincoln named Behavioral and Social Sciences Section Vice Chair-Elect