The second presidential debate of 2020 devolved into unprecedented separate town halls. Biden left supporters hoping he could make the country feel “normal” again, yet Trump continues to steal the show as a train wreck no one can look away from.
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The day before the sweep of the encampment on Glenarm, residents were hopeful. Now, they are left with few options.
Denver police swept a three-tent homeless encampment on Aug. 19, leaving some activists and officials confused.
In the digital age, it’s easier than ever to search for furry extensions to the family. On top of that, multiple social platforms also make it easier to care and provide for them. However, these powerful tools can also bring in an array of problems.
Demonstrators gathered near the Aurora Police Department headquarters on June 26 to voice outrage over the killing of Elijah McClain by Aurora police officers in August 2019.
Denver sees a second, less chaotic day of protests in response to last week’s officer-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
According to Tay Anderson, the at-large director of the Denver School Board, he took point on the march after noticing that the protest was being led by white allies.
“This is what community looks like when you pull together,” Anderson said.
Being forced into an unexpected situation like this could cause someone in recovery to revert back to their old ways to find familiarity and comfort.