Charter Dual Enrollment Trade High School | Sen. Feinstein and the Ageism, Sexism Debate | Author Reyna Grande “A Ballad of Love and Glory”
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., questions Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson during a Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 22, 2022.
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Sacramento County charter high school, where students develop trade skills and take college courses. Sen. Dianne Feinstein and reported concerns over her mental fitness. Historical ageism and sexism in Congress. Author Reyna Grande’s book “A Ballad of Love and Glory.”
- Kevin Dobson, founder and executive director of Capital College & Career Academy, discusses the free charter school approved by Sacramento County, where students develop trade skills and take college courses before high school graduation.
- San Francisco Chronicle Washington Correspondent Tal Kopan shares her reporting on Senator Dianne Feinstein and reported concerns over her mental fitness to serve.
- TIME Magazine’s Washington correspondent, Philip Elliott, joins us with his perspective on the Sen. Feinstein story, and argues that concerns of her service have the classic undertones of ageism and sexism, especially when examined through a historical lens in Washington D.C.
- CapRadio Morning Edition Host Donna Apidone interviews author Reyna Grande’s new book “A Ballad of Love and Glory.”