Before the refreshments in the basement but after federal judge Christina M. Habas fervently waved a pocket-sized Constitution during her speech, 76 people became naturalized citizens of the United States during a Tuesday morning ceremony at the Denver Central Library.
Of the 76 people, they came from 39 countries, said library representatives. The ceremony is held annually in the library's Schlessman Hall. See a video below.
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