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Anita F. Hill

Sotomayor and Woodrow Wilson’s vision

By Anita F. Hill
August 8, 2009

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A Latina from a Bronx housing project is probably not what Woodrow Wilson envisioned when he called for "educational democracy" as president of Princeton University in 1910. Yet decades later, when Sonia Sotomayor ascended to the top of her class, his idea of an open and accessible university system was on its way to coming to fruition. (Full article: 709 words)

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