Sotomayor Explains 'Wise Latina' Comment
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Sotomayor Explains 'Wise Latina' Comment

Sonia Sotomayor explains the context of her controversial 2001 statement, saying that she was trying to inspire Latino students "to believe that they can become anything that they wanted to become, just as I had.'' Video by The Washington Post

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