DENVER (KDVR) — Protesters seeking police reform and justice following the in-custody death of George Floyd gathered for a seventh day in downtown Denver on Wednesday.
Protests remained essentially peaceful on Tuesday night, in contrast to nighttime riots late last week and over the weekend.
A curfew in Denver will go into effect at 9 p.m. Wednesday at last until 5 a.m., and there will be another curfew Thursday night into Friday morning.
Below is a list of updates on events that occurred during Wednesday’s demonstrations. It has since been archived:
Hundreds of protesters remain downtown. The situation has remained peaceful.
After going through downtown, most protesters are on Lincoln Street in front of the Capitol.
Police are nearby, but the situation has remained peaceful.
With Denver’s curfew in effect, hundreds remain marching through the streets downtown. Others are gathered outside the Capitol.
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Mayor Hancock said he was “honored” that he was asked to join Wednesday’s protest.
Protesters now number in the thousands at Civic Center Park.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock joined protesters, as seen in this tweet from one of his advisors.