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

June 1, 2020
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.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.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.