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Eunice Watson Liberty is a pioneer who introduced African American history in the Dade school district's regular curriculum. She produced an alternative debutante ball for young black women and their male escorts who weren't from moneyed families to mark their arrival into responsible society. She has worked for Haitian children and to create a halfway house for women in distress. At 92, she still votes and was active in campaigning for William Lehman, Claude Pepper and Maurice Ferre. She taught in Dade public schools for 42 years until retiring in 1969.