April 11, 2016 Slideshows » Special Issues, Calendar

Springs residents take a stand (by taking a seat) 

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Nina Riggio
Four people got cited under the Pedestrian Access Act on the first day of its enforcement.
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Pastor and protester Dr. Stephany Rose engages with council member Bill Murray on the difference between equity and equality.
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The pair didn't see eye to eye on everything, but kept it civil.
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Responding officers were clued in to protesters' plans ahead of the sit-in.
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The corner of Tejon and Bijou is one of the most visible downtown.
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Protesters make handmade signs.
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The sit-in's theme: ending the criminalization of homelessness.
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Adison Petti of the Colorado Springs Queer Collective riles up the crowd.
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"Homes not handcuffs" has become a rallying cry for taking a compassionate approach to homelessness.
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Many honks were heard, but downtown Colorado Springs carried on its Saturday morning activities as usual.
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De-facto leader of the protest Trig Bungaard addresses the group.
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Four people got cited under the Pedestrian Access Act on the first day of its enforcement.

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