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I ran across the following very interesting video clip. I understand you guys all admire RBG in so far as I do. Take a look!
The Supreme Court justice sat down for an interview with NPR’s Nina Totenberg and said that despite battling cancer for a third time earlier this year, she’s not going anywhere anytime soon.
1:53 – On her desire to stay on the court as long as Justice John Paul Stevens
2:55 – On her late husband Marty supporting her during cancer treatments
6:23 – “The work is really what saved me.”
6:52 – On balancing her privacy with public interest in her health
8:17 – More on her late husband Marty supporting her during her cancer treatments
10:04 – On outliving a senator and still feeling “very much alive”
Read more on NPR.org: “Justice Ginsburg: ‘I Am Very Much Alive'”
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