A man with a sign marches down Colfax Avenue. Photo: Brendon Bosworth
The weather in Denver was miserable on Saturday morning. But the steady rain and slate grey sky didn’t extinguish close to three hours of colorful, nonviolent protest. About 300 to 400 people joined Occupy Denver, a group showing solidarity with Occupy Wall Street and Occupy Together, and marched through the city’s wet streets.
All images: Brendon Bosworth
How to engage with the police was a prickly topic at Occupy Denver’s general assembly last night.
About 60 to 70 people attended the 7 p.m. meeting at Civic Center Park on Broadway Street. Gathered in a circle in front of Colorado’s capitol building, flanked by a makeshift kitchen – the “thunder dome”– which served free dinner to participants, members of the loose-knit collective, which formed thirteen days ago in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, aired their views on engaging with the police and other issues. Continue reading