Ready, Set, Action: Political Events in Denver February 7-11

Brandon Marshall
Interested in getting politically involved? The rallies and protests continue this week, with One Colorado's statewide tour hitting the Front Range and a major demonstration set for Saturday outside Senator Cory Gardner's office to support Planned Parenthood. Keep reading for all the details.

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Denverites came out for the Protect Our Muslim Neighbors rally February 4.
Brandon Marshall
Saturday, February 11, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Illegitimate Presidents March
Central Park, Boulder

Join the protest against Donald Trump and Steve Bannon, "America's illegitimate presidents," which will start at the southeast corner of Canyon and Broadway, then march to the Boulder County Courthouse. For details, e-mail [email protected]

Saturday, February 11, 1 to 3 p.m.
Colorado Stands With Planned Parenthood
Skyline Park, 1125 17th Street

Thousands of people are expected at this rally outside of Senator Cory Gardner's Denver office that aims to support Planned Parenthood and protest Gardner's votes in favor of repealing the ACA and defunding Planned Parenthood. For more information, e-mail [email protected] or go to the Facebook event page.

Saturday, February 11, noon
Immigrant & Refugee Community Forum
Place Bridge Academy, 7125 Cherry Creek North Drive
Mayor Michael Hancock, Acting U.S. Attorney for Colorado Bob Troyer and the ACLU's Mark Silverstein will hold a forum to discuss President Trump's recent executive actions — and the rights and protections for people living here in Colorado.

Know of anything that belongs in this weekly calendar? Send information to [email protected] For still more events, go to the Colorado Activist Events Facebook page.

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