The Aftermath of Three Days of Protests in Denver

The Aftermath of Three Days of Protests in Denver

Since demonstrations over the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police began here in Denver on May 28, many city landmarks have been vandalized, including the Denver City and County Building, History Colorado, the Central Denver Public Library, the Colorado Justice Center and the 16th Street Mall. There will be another protest today...but first, volunteers started cleaning the streets.


Since demonstrations over the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police began here in Denver on May 28, many city landmarks have been vandalized, including the Denver City and County Building, History Colorado, the Central Denver Public Library, the Colorado Justice Center and the 16th Street Mall. There will be another protest today...but first, volunteers started cleaning the streets.
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