Protesters from Abolition Park took to the streets in New York to demand housing justice for the houseless. New York has 80,000 unhoused residents but 240,000 empty houses, and activists are demanding their filling. Abolition Park marched from a hotel to Times Square for housing justice in New York.
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Over 5,000 protesters gathered to pay homage at the funeral of Luisa Toledo Sepúlveda, a leftist Mapuche activist known for continuing the legacy of her 3 sons murdered by the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile during the 1980s. Clashes with police and looting occurred along the caravan’s route, though the funeral itself occurred without incidents.
Protesters in Hackensack, New Jersey returned to the Bergen County Jail for a daily noise demo in solidarity with undocumented immigrants caged inside, who have been detained by authorities for months and only recently halted a hunger strike.
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.
Around 30 anarchists in Livadia took to the streets for a 3rd consecutive day in solidarity with the Koufontinas hunger strike, gathering at the local town hall and then marching through the city center dropping leaflets until dispersing.