Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter (File)
I joined Times Radio’s Kait Borsay on Sunday to discuss the life and legacy of President Jimmy Carter, who is now in hospice care at his home in Georgia.
Listen to Discussion from 3:49.02
Legacies change. Because Jimmy Carter’s contribution didn’t stop with the Presidency — for the past 40 years, his contribution to civil rights at home and abroad; his contribution to making people’s lives better with education, housing, health care; the Carter Center and the great work it does.
This is a man whose contributions will go on and on.
"Jimmy Carter, I wish he would stick around a bit longer, because we need him."
Jimmy Carter is a "decent man," says Scott Lucas, reflecting on the former US president who has moved into hospice care at home. @KaitBorsay | @ScottLucas_EA pic.twitter.com/F5XYOAXZbP
— Times Radio (@TimesRadio) February 19, 2023