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June 1, 2020: Denver Mayor Talks Protests, Violence; Senate Candidates On Racial Justice

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Esteban L. Hernandez/Denverite
Protesters calling for police accountability in the wake of George Floyd’s death march along Emerson Street on Sunday, May 31, near downtown Denver, after the city’s 8 p.m. curfew went into effect.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on days of violence in Denver. Then, Natalia Marshall has a personal reason to join the protests. Also, Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate take part in a racial justice forum. Plus, a Denver writer remembers an uncle who died of COVID-19 and the bigger picture it may illustrate. And, how reopening is going for restaurants.