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She has fought them in court, but is now facing eviction and has requested that Occupy Denver stand with her at her home in hope of persuading the police to do the right thing and allow her some more time to continue her legal efforts. She has asked the bank for 30 days during which time she can find another living situation, but the bank has denied her requests. Members of Occupy Denver are answering her call for help and are occupying her home with her as of Wednesday night. To help us succeed in keeping Sahara in her home of 24 years, we ask that you get involved in this home occupation taking place at 170 Peaceful Valley Lane, Idaho Springs, CO, 80452. To get there, drive west on I70 and take exit 240. Go left at the stop sign on highway 103. After 9.5 miles, there will be two mailboxes on the right marking Peaceful Valley Lane, marked also by a green sign with this street name. Drive 300 yards up this dirt road, then take the right hand turn at the fork in the road, and her house is on the right side of a circular driveway.
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After 21 years of amazing food, service, and friendship, Mike is saying goodbye to the business. He has decided to retire and although we grant him that right (even though we don’t want to ), we will miss him ever so greatly! For those of you going into panic mode, don’t worry you can still get your fix. Mike has sold the restaurant to a great gentleman who is not only keeping the same great steaks but is also keeping the name. And we aren’t skipping a beat, we will be open as usual.
With that said, Mike wants to see all of you before he goes. Please join us on Friday, October 12th and/or Saturday, October 13th as we will be taking reservations for any number of guests. This will be Mike’s last weekend of work and he will be visiting each table to bid farewell and will also be saying a few words to everyone both nights at 7:30pm. In addition, don’t forget to send him off with well wishes by signing our farewell book on either of these nights!
Lets give Mike the send off he deserves!! We look forward to seeing you all!!
Luke’s A Steak Place
4990 Kipling St.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Since 1922, Perry’s Shoe Shop has been working to repair men’s, women’s, and children’s shoes to make sure they are as comfortable as possible. With the help of our family-owned-and-operated shoe shop, you are able to keep your shoes and boots looking like new for as long as possible.
Whether you own old worn out boots or classy dress shoes, we work with the highest quality products, on all types of leather goods, to give you a look that is incomparable. Perry shoe shop will repair your dress shoes, boots, Hiking boots, dance shoes, sports shoes and other leather products. We have over 30 years of expertise in fitting orthotics and shoe lifts. If you are out of state see our Repair by Mail section.
1711 15th St.
Boulder, CO 80302
Monday – Thursday 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Undocumented Youth Staging Sit and Hunger Strike At The Obama Campaign Office in Denver to Demand Executive Order Has Triggered National Immigrant Youth Alliance to Take Actions Across The Nation
NIYA to Carry Out Actions of Civil Disobedience This Week at Obama Campaign Offices Nationwide
Denver- Campaign For an American DREAM has triggered The National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA) to activate its network to carry out acts of Civil Disobedience in Democratic campaign office across the country from now until the November elections. The Administration has thus far not responded to the demand of two undocumented youth whom have staged a sit in and hunger strike in the Obama for America offices in Denver on Broadway and 9th Avenue. The youth have been in the office since tuesday June 5th and are demanding an Executive Order to stop the deportations of undocumented youth eligible for the DREAM Act. Actions nationwide will begin this week after press conference at 5pm outside OFA 77 W. 9th Avenue.
“ We’ve been ignore in this state but we will be heard across the country, along with many undocumented youth, we will demand an action!” said Veronica Gomez, an undocumented student with Campaign for an American Dream (CAD), which is now on her seventh day without any eating. “The immigrant community nationally needs to know that we have a voice in this country, that we are not criminals, and we deserve a pathway to legalization.”
So far, Organizing for America has avoided discussing the executive order in their responses. Meanwhile, we are being deported. Last week, the American Immigration Lawyers Association released a statement declaring the policy of prosecutorial discretion a “failure”. We have always been skeptical of the policy, and are now demanding something better.
“If they want the Latino vote in Colorado, they must show the community what they are doing for us. We are asking them to stop the deportation of all DREAM eligible youth!” said Javier Hernandez, an undocumented immigrant living in Colorado and CO-founder of Colorado, Organize, Resist, Escalate (COORE).
Hugo Zarate, a young man from Denver who wants to enlist in the armed forces has been denied a request for deferred action, even thought he came here at a young age, is DREAM Act-eligible and does not have a criminal record. Only the strength of an executive order will prevent deportations like his from moving forward.
We will not accept gridlock as an excuse for our deportations when the President can stop them with an executive order. We simply cannot be asked to support a President while we are being deported and our families live in fear.
CAD’s mission is to walk across the nation from San Francisco to D.C creating dialogue around the passage of the DREAM Act and fixing our broken immigration system, with the values of equality, unity and diversity. CAD believe’s all people are equal, all those who are oppressed should be united, and our daily lives and the Campaign itself highlight diversify.