Occupy Denver took the city by storm last year. Six days after Occupy Wall Street's September 17 launch in New York, the local branch placed its finger on the city's political pulse. In the twelve months since then, the movement gained a reputation for sound, fury and controversy as it turned its attention to local and national politics. Much of that attention has died down, but now is a good time to revisit it: On the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, see photos spotlighting some of the most important moments in Occupy Denver's history.
For more photos, visit our slide show, "Occupy Denver: A Year in Photos."
For the outlook, visit "Occupy Wall Street's anniversary: The greatest photos."
More from our Occupy Denver archive: "Occupy Sniagrab: Protesters use annual sale to defy urban camping ban."
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