Despite First Game Loss, Nuggets Show Support For Black Lives Matter MovementSeveral Nuggets players wore jerseys with social justice messages on the back, including Black Lives Matter, Equality, Stand Up, Respect Us, and Freedom.
Some Educators Of Color Resist Push For Police-Free SchoolsSchool districts nationwide are working to remove police officers from campuses, but some Black and Indigenous educational leaders including in Denver are resisting the push.
Denver Broncos CEO Joe Ellis On Player Protests During National Anthem: 'Everyone's Got A Right To Do As They Please, Express How They Feel'The Broncos President and CEO said any players who decide to protest police brutality and racial injustice will have his and the organization's support.
Denver's Michael Hancock And Other Mayors Join Portland In Asking Trump Administration To Withdraw Federal ForcesDenver Mayor Michael Hancock and more than a dozen other mayors have joined Portland in asking the Trump administration to remove federal forces from or stop plans to send them to major American cities.
Dueling Police Rallies Gather In Denver's Civic Center ParkTwo groups are demonstrating in downtown Denver on Sunday with opposite messages. Dozens gathered at the Greek Amphitheatre to show support for law enforcement, while another group gathered at the State Capitol steps to protest police brutality.
Will Barton: Messages On Nuggets Jerseys Won't Make Enough ImpactDenver guard Will Barton said Friday that he decided against wearing a social justice message on the back of his jersey at the NBA restart because he does not believe it those actions will make enough of a real impact.
WNBA Season Opens July 25 With Weekend Dedicated To Black Lives Matter MovementThe league's opening weekend will see players using their voices and uniforms to raise awareness and seek justice for women and girls who have been the forgotten victims of police brutality and racial violence.
Denver Skateboarders Push For Black Lives Matter SolidarityA group of skateboarders gathered at Denver Skate Park on Sunday to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
'Change Starts With Us': Denver Nonprofit Owner Urges People To Spread Hope On JuneteenthWhile this day is not new, it's seeing renewed interest because of events such as the deaths of George Floyd and, more recently, Rayshard Brooks.
House Passes Police Accountability Bill, Back To Senate Before Gov. Jared Polis' DeskAmong other measures, the bill requires all local and Colorado State Patrol officers who have contact with the public to be equipped with body cameras by July 1, 2023 — two years later than originally proposed — and requires that unedited footage be released to the public within 21 days of a misconduct complaint being filed.
Denver Artists Paint Black Lives Matter Street Mural On BroadwayThe answer to racial injustice isn’t black and white. It’s the collaboration of every color, painting the same canvas.