A few dozen protesters arrived at the 71st Precinct in New York City, demanding the department face consequences for countless instances of police brutality during the summer George Floyd protests and on nonviolent civilians. Police attacked the demonstration, making at least 4 arrests against peaceful protesters.
French youth continued clashes with police for a 4th day in the northeastern city of Tourcoing, following a law enforcement operation that resulted in the seizure of several motorcycles used for urban derbies. Demonstrators clashed with police, engaging in running battles across Tourcoing while throwing fireworks.
Thousands of protesters returned to Ica in celebration of the removal of the Chlimper law, an anti-labor and deregulating law passed in October 2000. Sporadic blockades continued for higher wages, but after clashes with police, the majority of striking workers and occupiers went home, as their main demand had been met by the government.