Homeless advocates have been protesting Denver’s proposed ban on overnight camping. On Saturday protesters lined up along the 16th Street Mall and then camped out in front of Downtown Denver Partnership.
A proposed camping ban to stop the homeless from sleeping on sidewalks in Denver is drawing heated debate from all sides of the issue.
Occupy Denver protesters gathered outside Snooze” restaurant downtown Sunday morning. They were protesting the business owner’s support of a proposed camping ban to stop homeless people from sleeping on sidewalks.
Occupy Denver protesters took to the streets and camped out overnight to protest the proposed ban on overnight camping in the city.
Occupy Denver supporters were rallying in solidarity with May Day marchers calling for workers’ rights around the world.
Occupy Denver will rally in solidarity with May Day marchers calling for workers’ rights around the world.
The American Civil Liberties Union is calling for the Denver Police Department to ban pepper ball guns.
Occupy Denver protesters are sharing their space along Civic Center Park with scabies.
More than 100 people packed a meeting Tuesday to learn more about a controversial ordinance to ban camping in the city.
The Denver City Council will begin debating a proposed camping ban within the city limits this week. While Mayor Hancock and members of the business community point to the homeless issue at large, it is safe to say that a higher profile group of homeless have motivated the ban.