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Denver native Cleo Parker Robinson is a renowned choreographer and the executive artistic director of the Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble. Overcoming nephritis, kidney failure, a heart attack, and ulcers during her childhood, she made dance her refuge...

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Pauline Robinson was a trailblazer who opened many doors for women and girls. An Emily Griffith Opportunity School graduate, she earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Denver and did extensive graduate work. Determined and persevering, she be...

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Helen Ring Robinson was the first woman elected to the Colorado State Senate (1912) and the second woman elected to any state senate in the nation. As an active Progressive, she got passed a women’s minimum wage bill (later overruled), advocated for wom...

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