May 17, 1954: The Supreme Court declares that segregated public schools are unconstitutional in Brown v. Board of Education Case.
1965: Rachel B. Noel becomes the first black woman elected to the DPS Board of Education.
May 16, 1968: The Noel Resolution passes with a call to integrate DPS.
June 9, 1969: DPS Board of Education votes down existing integration proposals.
June 19, 1969: Eight Denver families file the Keyes v. School District no. 1 case.
July 1969: District Judge William Doyle rules to reinstate integration efforts in Denver.
February 5, 1970: School buses are bombed at a DPS bus depot.
1973: The Supreme Court rules in favor of Keyes v. District no. 1 - stating that if one school in Denver is found to be segregated then the entirety of the district would be held accountable and need to be addressed.
September 12, 1995: The District Court eliminates Denver's mandatory busing mandate.