Denver Women Say "Kava Nope" to Supreme Court Nominee at Protest

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Kenzie Bruce
Anna Crawford holds a sign during a protest of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh at Senator Cory Gardner's office on September 24, 2018. "I'm here because of what my sign says: We deserve better. He would be an extremely disastrous choice," Crawford says.
As more women accuse Brett Kavanaugh, including Boulder's Deborah Ramirez, of sexual harassment, activist groups from the Front Range held a protest outside Republican Senator Cory Gardner's Denver office on Monday, September 24, to protest the U.S. Supreme Court nominee. The protest was a collaboration between Indivisible Front Range Resistance, Indivisible Denver, Women's Lobby of Colorado, the Resistance 5280 and Indivisible Colorado District 6.