They want this time to be different.
The Women's March kicked off seven consecutive Saturdays of protests in Denver and set the tone for 2017. This year already feels different.
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The turnout was better than it was for some warmer weather protests in the last 100 days.
After taking last Saturday off for the first time in the seven weeks since Inauguration Day, Denverites got back to protesting today.
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Thousands of demonstrators have arrived in Civic Center for the Women's March on Denver. Follow here for live updates.
In Denver, where the tech market is one of the fastest growing in the nation, skilled workers can expect to make more than the national average for their roles.
Despite what is sure to be a weekend of virile protests this overcast Friday morning began with a quaint protest along Broadway. And so it begins.