Women march in Denver Denver
Women march in Denver
On the Saturday afternoon, individuals in the center of Denver looped with their mischievous smirk and decorative clipboards and kept asking one direct question, "Have you signed up for voting?” All those from throughout Colorado who voluntarily joined in the Convention center in commemoration of the 4th yearly Denver Women's march enthusiastically responded their questions. They worked together on concerns such as justice, reproductive freedom, global warming, arms security and migration. The 2020 procession and Protest was vastly different, unlike the popularity in recent years. This represented not only the centenary of women's voting, as well as the presidential election cycle.
"The base of this even is promoting Education this year, registration and letting people realize that their votes count, but it is also incredibly important," said Kerry, the spokeswoman. Event on the Saturday will feature live acts, art galleries and a "potential impact Expo," with nearly 61 exhibitors, such as that of New Era Colorado and the United States, rather than a protest and a tightly packed pitching staff of campaign speeches. As per the knowledge of the event directors, around 4,000 people took part in the show within the McNichols Convention center tower. At one point of course, due to the potential of the building of 2400 people, there had been an 80 minutes long queue for waiting.