- This event has passed.
DPS students demand justice
Thursday, June 10 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
the students of DPS demand justice for every child who has been neglected and ignored by DPS. We stand strong against child predators and with our fellow peers who have been a victim of sexual abuse from MULTIPLE adults at DPS. DPS has known about plenty of accusations but chooses to ignore them and allow accused child predators to work near children for years. We are fed up with our safety and our livelihood being a game to DPS and we are ready to stand up for justice and fight for it. We are told to trust the adults who teach us, protect us, and prepare us for real life, but instead we were failed over and over again by the same adults. We are done waiting on these people to take action because clearly they never will. It is time for us as students to stand together against predatory adults who work in our school system and against the adults who allow it.
-We demand that DPS issues new diplomas to every single DPS student who has to live the rest of their life with an alleged mass sexual assault assailants name on it.
– We demand that DPS issues a statement encouraging Tay Anderson to RESIGN (not “temporarily step down” from the board and break their silence. Their silence is deafening and LOUD and shows the children of DPS that the board cares more about a mans reputation than the many students lives,safety, and wellbeing.
– We DEMAND that DPS TAKES ACTION.
The Denver school board will be in a meeting during this time which is why we chose this time to protest. Each and every person will be offered two minutes to speak on why this is important to them and why they believe that DPS isn’t doing enough. We encourage everybody to speak on this important event because people need to know from students how bad this really is. All students need to be heard. Sign up for public comment for June 10th. Tell everybody what really happens in the school district and help us fight for justice for the many many victims of DPS. Public comment begins on June 10 at 5:30 PM and all deadlines to sign up end on June 9th at 5 p.m.
Here is the link to sign up for public comment. We encourage everybody who is interested to sign up even if it’s just for 10 seconds. The more voices we can have speaking on this issue, the less voices that are being silenced by these people.
Here’s how to submit your events to be listed on The Colorado Herald. If you have a confirmed date and location for your event, we will publish it for any location in Colorado, regardless of how far in advance. All event listings are published FREE without any cost or obligation, subject to our terms of service. We offer paid ticketing for your events for a flat 5% processing fee per ticket.