Homeless Defendants Go On Trial in Denver

“Denver’s effort to get people off the streets is through police, not homes. They’re spending more resources policing and jailing…rather than putting dedicated resources toward homes.” -Terese Howard, Denver Homeless Out Loud The trial of three defendants charged with violating […]

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Supporting refugee families in Denver

Earlier this week, volunteers gathered in Denver to create welcome kits for refugee families in Denver. It was a collaboration between the group Because I Said I Would and Denver’s African Community Center which supports refugees in the city. Alice […]

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Can River Safety and Recreation Mix?

As water finds its way downstream, it carries waste picked up on the way to its destination. That is not good for the river or the people who use the water for recreation. In Denver, there is an ongoing effort […]

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Jonathan Rose and The Well Tempered City

“The Future of the city should have great thriving retail on the lower floors, it should have offices, it should have affordable housing…and it should have market rate housing…and it should be next to transit.” -Jonathan Rose on the ideas […]

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Class Action Law Suit to Stop Homeless Sweeps in Denver

“There’s no such thing, really, as homeless Constitutional rights. There are simply Constitutional rights.” -Denver Attorney, Jason Flores Williams. Denver attorney Jason Flores Williams is looking to file a class action law suit in order to get a federal injunction […]

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