Color on the Cover: The ‘Latina Justice’ Sonia Sotomayor on Time Magazine

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President Barack Obama‘s Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor makes her cover girl debut on the June 8th issue of Time magazine, which proclaims the Bronx-bred Puerto Rican the “Latina Justice.”

Like himself, Obama chose a justice with an extraordinary journey, one from Puerto Rico to the Bronx to the Ivy Leagues of Princeton then Yale Law.

“I strive never to forget the real world consequences of my decisions on individuals, business and government,” Sotomayor said in her press conference earlier this week.

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  4. It’s not airbrushing, but an illustration of Sotomayor–whom I assume is too busy to pose for magazine covers. We’ll be sure to check out that CSPAn special on the clerk. Thanks again for your engagement with Blindie!

  5. Sweet airbrush job! I saw a special on CSPAN last night about her criteria for picking clerks and to my surprise she is actually a pretty funny person. She was sincere, personable and passionate about what she does and why she does it. Check it out if you can it was a University of North Carolina Law School round table from 2005.

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