Occupy Denver

1:46pm

Fri November 18, 2011
Colorado Inside Out

Occupy Wall Street, Denver at Two Months

Raj Chohan
Colorado Public Television

The Occupy Wall Street movement entered its second month yesterday. Protests and marches were held across the country and in Denver. It’s one the topics that our media partners at Colorado Public Television and “Colorado Inside Out” are discussing.

1:51pm

Thu November 17, 2011
Occupy Denver

Protesters Mark Two Month Anniversary in Denver

Occupy Denver protesters marched to the steps of city hall Thursday afternoon.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Thousands of people are rallying in cities across the US to mark the two month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement.  In Denver Thursday, protesters marched to city hall and along the city’s busy 16th Street Mall where there have been numerous clashes with police in recent weeks.

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7:59am

Fri October 14, 2011
Protests

Colorado Authorities Breaking Up Occupy Denver Protest

As dawn hit, small protests continued along Broadway in downtown Denver.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

In downtown Denver this morning, authorities have mostly dismantled a tent city that had sprung up in Civic Center Park as part of the nationwide anti-Wall Street protests.  The action followed an at times tense stand off between police and protesters that went through the early morning hours.

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4:23pm

Thu October 13, 2011
Protests

Colorado Governor Tells Protesters to Leave Park

Protesters along Broadway in downtown Denver try to get the attention of passing drivers.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Outside the state capitol, the standoff between anti-Wall Street protesters and Colorado authorities has taken yet another turn.  Governor John Hickenlooper said Thursday the Occupy Denver protesters cannot continue camping in the state-owned park overnight. But it’s still unclear whether authorities will start forcefully removing protesters as early as tonight.

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1:06pm

Thu October 13, 2011
Protests

Hick: Protesters Can't Camp in Park

Governor Hickenlooper was joined by state Attorney General John Suthers and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock at a news conference addressing the protesters' demands Thursday.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper says Wall Street protesters camped out near the state capitol cannot continue staying in the state-owned park overnight.  It's the latest move in the growing standoff between protesters and authorities.

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