The protesters at the 1492 Land Back Lane camp destroyed a highway that was planned to go into virgin land controlled by Natives ancestrally, digging it up after clashes with police earlier in the day.
Around 150 protesters took to the streets of Portland’s Pearl District to demand the abolition of Immigration & Customs Enforcement, a widely hated agency in the United States due to its job of carrying out deportations. The local USCIS office was covered in graffiti, and a police car was smashed in before law enforcement arrived on the scene, arresting 2 people and attacking a journalist.
Hundreds of protesters in Minneapolis took to the streets 3 weeks after the police murder of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, marching to the suburb’s local police station. Demonstrators put up the name of Wright on the police station’s fence and were met by little to no law enforcement presence, a notable turn from other protests in the area.