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Pakistani-American Elders Urged to Prepare for Recession Challenges

The Pakistani Newspaper, Posted: Jul 21, 2009

CHICAGO The Pakistani American community is part of diverse and aging population of American society, but it pays a little attention to the issues facing its aging population, according to The Pakistani Newspaper.

Most Pakistani Americans, who migrated to U.S. before 1986 and became legal immigrants based of amnesty given by President Reagan, are ages 50 or older.
The newspaper called on Pakistani elders to prepare themselves for challenges ahead especially in this economy. The paper also urged organizations, such as AARP, to have effective outreach to Pakistani American and other minority communities.



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