After a tumultuous week with police clashes, arrests and strict enforcement of the no-overnight-camping rule, Occupy Denver protestors had a quiet day on Sunday. Around 200 demonstrators occupied Civic Center Park in the afternoon and early evening, and their general assembly at 3 p.m. focused on moving forward with peaceful negotiations with the city, legal-fee donations and the upcoming winter.
Clusters of police could be seen in strategic locations surrounding both parks, but there were no major altercations or conflicts between police and protestors.
More from our Occupy Denver archive: "Occupy Denver photo gallery captures the night (and morning) the tent city came down."
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