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First Ladies in Their Own Words continues
this week with Rosalynn Carter. A valued political partner to
her husband, Jimmy, she became known as a staunch advocate for those
struggling with their mental health.
you know this series is also available as a podcast? Start listening here and catch up on recent
episodes about Lady Bird Johnson and Betty Ford.
Women Nominated to the Supreme Court:
The Supreme Court confirmation
hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson begin Monday. American
History TV looks back at other women nominated and confirmed to the
high court. As their Senate confirmation hearings began, the women
delivered opening statements to introduce themselves to the Judiciary
Committee and the nation. The nominees were Ruth Bader Ginsburg,
Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan and Amy Coney Barrett — all of whom made
it onto the nation's highest court.
Confirmation Hearings for Ketanji Brown Jackson
Senate confirmation hearings for
Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson begin Monday. Tune in
starting at 11 am ET on C-SPAN, c-span.org
or the free C-SPAN Now app.
C-SPAN/Pierrepont Supreme Court Survey 2022: Timed for
the start of the confirmation process, C-SPAN asked Pierrepont
Consulting LLC to gauge public opinion regarding our third branch of
government. Explore the survey's findings here.
The Weekly podcast: The latest episode of The Weekly explores
the idea of putting TV cameras in the Supreme Court to televise oral
arguments. Listen here to hear how each current
justice has answered questions about cameras in the court in their
Congratulations, StudentCam 2022
C-SPAN this week announced the
winners of the 2022 StudentCam documentary competition,
in which more than 3,000 students from across the country
participated. This year's theme: "How does the federal
government impact your life?" View the winning documentaries here and catch the top videos
airing on C-SPAN every day starting April 1.
Also, on the C-SPAN Networks
Coming up Sunday on C-SPAN: Andrew Rice,
author of The Year That Broke America, discusses the
events of 2000, which started with the fear of a global computer
meltdown and ended with a fight over one of the closest presidential
elections in U.S. history. Tune in at 8 pm ET Sunday on C-SPAN.
New from C-SPAN Podcasts
In the dedication of his book, The Heart of Caring, Dr.
Mark Vonnegut tells his patients, teachers and parents everywhere,
"Thank you for letting me have such a good time when I go to
work." Dr. Vonnegut is a pediatrician who graduated from Harvard
Medical School in 1979. This was after he had been diagnosed, at age
25, with severe schizophrenia. He's had four psychotic breakdowns in
his life but has managed to successfully practice pediatrics for
close to 40 years. In his newest book, Dr. Vonnegut writes about
patients, parents, insurance companies and his late father, the
novelist Kurt Vonnegut. Listen now on Booknotes+.
Explore our nation's past and discover the people and events that
document the American story — Saturdays on C-SPAN2. Come along with
American History TV to museums and historic sites. Watch archival
speeches from former presidents and other national leaders. Visit
classrooms, lectures and symposiums featuring professors and