In My Beloved World, how does the visit to Puerto Rico enrich Sotomayor's appreciation of her background?
Sotomayor recounts her visit to Puerto Rico, where she re-discovers her roots. She also discovers that Puerto Ricans in the island and mainland share a commonality: they are politically engaged. However, New Yorkers feel that their votes don't count because of the commonwealth status. In contrast, Puerto Ricans in the island believe that their voices can make a difference. Sotomayor hopes that Puerto Ricans in both places will work together for mutual advantage.
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