Petition Closed

About:

- Albus Brooks: City Council Member - District 8, Denver, CO.

Why:

- Albus Brooks initiated a ban on "urban camping" attacking the homeless, intending to remove ALL of their possessions without a solution.

- Albus Brooks (in conjunction with the mayors office) lies & claims this "urban camping" ban in Denver was not initiated because of the Occupy Wall Street movement, however in the draft of the Denver camping ordinance
http://www.scribd.com/doc/91240936/Denver-Camping-Ordinance-Draft
the last line of the first paragraph albus states "Also, in the last six months a number of federal district courts around the country have upheld local no-camping ordinances and similar laws in litigation arising out of the Occupy Wall Street movement."

Help yourself:

- Remove Albus Brooks from the Denver City Council.

- Stop political harassment.

- Stop the lies from those in "power".

- Empower yourself and those around you by speaking out against injustice. 

- Remind those in "power" that We The People put them there and can remove them.

How:

1. Sign this petition.

2. Forward to all of your friends & family by way of Email, Facebook, Twitter, any and all social networks, word of mouth, telephone, text message, mail and any other form of communication. 

3. Open lines of discussion within your community about the issues of poverty, homelessness & the illusion of power. 

Extend your voice: 

Sign other change.org petitions with the same regards to the Denver camping ban: 

http://www.change.org/petitions/denver-s-urban-camping-ban  

http://www.change.org/petitions/homes-not-handcuffs-reject-the-criminalization-of-homelessness-in-denver 

 

Letter to
albus brooks - Denver City Council Member
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Remove Albus Brooks from the Denver City Council.

Why:

- Albus Brooks initiated a ban on "urban camping" attacking the homeless, intending to remove ALL of their possessions without a solution.

- I believe that Albus Brooks should not be in a position of political power.

- I believe that a person without a home is not looking for a handout, but a hand up.

- I believe in the power of people.

Sincerely,