Protests in New York grew vastly, against the ruling in which the police that killed Breonna Taylor went free. The protests were in the thousands and were centered around Barclays and the Brooklyn bridge, marching from the former to the latter through the night.
Dozens of protesters in Ft. Lauderdale marched in Las Olas against a law proposed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, which is seen by many as repressive due to its possible legalization of running over protesters who are blocking roads, and making participating in an unlawful assembly a felony. Protesters marched to a local jail, banging pots and pans and chanting slogans to the inmates who banged on their windows in support.
A protest took place in Portland, shortly after a confrontation with a crowd of Patriot Prayer members in the city earlier that day. Protesters were assaulted by police throughout the entire march, with a rap battle occurring near the resting place of the demonstration. Dozens of protesters were arrested throughout the night.