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.
Dozens of protesters in Seattle gathered for the Dexmaamxsgism Da Libaalx indigenous-led march for justice for black lives and all others who have fallen to police brutality. Local citizens of native tribes gave speeches about economic and social oppression facing people of color, then marching and chanting anti-capitalist and anti-police slogans.
Running battles continued in the northeastern French city of Tourcoing after a police operation resulted in the seizure of motorcycles used for urban derbies. Youths and police kept a constant exchange of fireworks and tear gas as engagements moved throughout the city, also resulting in several dumpsters catching fire.
Athenian anarchists gathered at the Propylaea in solidarity with former 17 November member Dimitris Koufontinas, who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens. Police attacked the demonstration, using tear gas and pepper spray against peaceful protesters.