Protesters in Minneapolis took to the streets in a crowd of about 100 people, clashing with police with 14 arrests occurring. Neighbors exited their homes and began to verbally clash with police officers, defending the demonstrators and stating that the police caused larger unrest by provoking fights.
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.
Protesters gathered on the 15-month anniversary of the 18th of October Uprising to demand the immediate release of all political prisoners. They were met with heavy state repression, with Carabineros deploying water cannons and arresting anyone who came near them, detaining one woman for the offense of carrying a Mapuche flag.
Hundreds of students in Thessaloniki marched against a new bill proposed by the Greek Education Minister Niki Kerameos, which would remilitarize police campuses with an elite police force. Demonstrators marched through the city, with frontliners locking their arms as a deterrent for any sort of police assault.