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.
Protesters in Naameh, a majority Sunni Muslim city in Lebanon, took to the streets demanding the resignation of the government over its failure to handle hyperinflation and soaring gas prices. Demonstrators blocked roads using barricades and burning tires, pressuring the authorities to act with competence.
Abolish ICE protesters gathered at the facility in Bergen County, New Jersey in solidarity with a hunger strike going on there for weeks demanding cleaner conditions; rat infestations and undrinkable water are rife at the facility. Protesters then marched through the area and blocked a road, before dispersing for the day.
Dozens of protesters gathered at the Alameda in front of the Presidential Palace in Santiago, demanding the release of all political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising. As the Senate voted on a law deciding whether or not young political prisoners should be released, families of those jailed held up photos of detainees as young as 15 held captive by the Chilean government.