During her “My Beloved World” book tour, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor shared anecdotes with Puerto Ricans at the University of Puerto Rico.
While talking about their new books, Sonia Sotomayor and Rita Moreno opened up, inspiring Latinas and making their community proud.
Judge Sotomayor heart was ticking like a Timex and giving a licking when the Court’s decision came down on the Bongani Calhoun case.
Hispanic lawyer Teresita Chavez Pedrosa reflects upon Sonia Sotomayor’s story and the advice the justice gave university students during her visit to Miami.
Many Puerto Ricans can relate to Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s story, and some feel she has brought down barriers for them.
Pobrecita means “poor little girl” in Spanish. You won’t find this word in Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s recently published memoir, “My Beloved World.”
With audiobooks that include multiple languages, the delivery can be challenging for the narrator, and failure to succeed can ruin the reader’s experience.
President Obama’s second inauguration brought with it a chance to witness history, gave a starring role to Latinos, and marked the end of an era… sort of.
Sonia Sotomayor’s memoir “My Beloved World” shows her ability to overcome the personal pain she has felt at times, as well as the sacrifice of dreams.
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor has been selected to swear in Vice President Joe Biden, making her the first Hispanic judge to administer the oath.