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At the Women’s Foundation of Colorado’s 30th anniversary event in Denver, Michelle Obama opened up about the hardship she faced as a Black first lady.

During the Tuesday event at the Pepsi Center, the former first lady spoke with Women’s Foundation of Colorado President and CEO Lauren Y. Casteel in front of 8,500 people about breaking the glass ceiling, reported the Denver Post.

Casteel said Obama broke a glass ceiling by becoming the first Black first lady and then went on to ask which of the falling shards cut deepest.

Read the full story here.

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