Aside from a guest commentary in the Denver Post on Saturday, major Denver media largely ignored a march to protest the jailhouse death of inmate Marvin Booker one year ago. But Booker's family continues to call for a federal investigation -- and plenty of people remain passionate about the issue, as seen in images captured by Westword photographer Brandon Marshall. Look below to see a sampling from our slideshow, as well as a video provided by the ACLU of Colorado.
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