Denver’s first Black licensed teacher tells of breaking down barriers

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She's 100 years old, and she holds a very special place in the history of Denver.

Dr. Marie Greenwood is the first Black licensed teacher in Denver Public Schools. She broke down the barriers and helped lead the way for African Americans to become teachers in Denver.

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