Protests in Denver and prayer vigils against racism, police brutality

Today is day nine of protests around the State Capitol, and the first since Saturday without a citywide curfew.

A prayer vigil and march against racism and police brutality today started at Denver’s St. John’s Cathedral, and stopped for moments of silence at the state Capitol and District 6 police station. (Hart Van Denburg/CPR News)

Updated 8:15 p.m.

It’s been more than a week since protesters first gathered at the State Capitol, and they aren’t showing signs of letting up.

Despite a nearly week-long citywide curfew meant to deter crowds, thousands have gathered at the Capitol every night since May 28 to protest racism and police…

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