The City hosts nation's first 'Age March' 

San Francisco this morning hosted what organizers are calling the nation's first "Age March," which was meant to draw attention to the issue of age segregation and discrimination, according to event organizers.

The one-mile march began at Crissy Field at 9 a.m.

The main organizer of the event, 73-year-old Barbara Rose Brooker, is author of "The Viagra Diaries," a book about aging, age discrimination, love, and sex after age sixty.

Brooker's goal, according to the Age March website, is to for men and woman in every city to join a movement to celebrate their real ages.

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