We Heart: Denver Nurses Silently Standing Up to Xenophobia

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This past weekend, the stay-at-home orders set in place to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus had some small groups across the country taking to the streets to protest.

Organized by a coalition of influential conservative leaders and groups, the protests were a clear attempt to fire up Trump’s base and foment conflict—despite the fact that 60 percent of Americans are concerned social distancing will end too soon, and 76 percent of Republicans believe we are doing the right amount of social distancing or think we should do more, according to an April 20 Navigator poll.

However, in Denver, Colorado, some demonstrators were met with counter-protestors: healthcare workers.

As protesters gathered at the Capitol to demonstrate their dissatisfaction with the orders—waving flags and signs and honking their car horns—a group of health care workers dressed in scrubs…

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