No Donuts For You! Fake Age Limit Targets Ageism - AARP
Everyday age discrimination happens behind closed doors. We wanted to see what would happen if we brought it out into the open. So, we hid cameras at a food truck and wouldn’t serve anyone over 40. How would you have reacted?
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