Police have arrested 10 people in a demonstration aimed at fighting homelessness.
On Saturday the homeless advocacy group Denver Homeless Out Loud started building a village of micro-homes at Sustainability Park in Denver’s Curtis Park neighborhood on 26th and Arapahoe streets. The property is owned by the Denver Housing Authority.
On Sunday park gates were locked with chains and “No Trespassing” signs were posted. Police removed the tiny homes that activists had put up inside.
“It upsets me,” said Kevin Beasley, a homeless man staying at a shelter nearby.