This week seemed like an appropriate time to revisit how we got here, as activists and officials ponder where things will go next.
"I feel I was not camping," defendant Randy Russell testified. "I did not have no smores. I was not having a good time."
Homeless people ticketed under Denver's camping ban want their gear back. Denver officials want them to just come inside.
It was a coordinated action, according to the homelessness advocacy group Denver Homeless Out Loud.
LOOK: Jason Flores-Williams gather potential plaintiffs for class-action suit against “homeless sweeps”
After working with Denver Homeless Out Loud, a federal civil rights lawsuit has been filed claiming Denver’s homeless sweeps violate the constitutional rights of people living on the streets.
A lawsuit claims Denver’s homeless sweeps violate the constitutional rights of people living on the streets
The city isn't responding to the lawsuit just yet.