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.
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Over 8,500 migrants have crossed Honduras into Guatemala, with the number ever-increasing as more and more desperate and impoverished people attempt to seek a new life in the country that has imperialized the continent. Extreme violence broke out at Vado Hondo in Chiquimula, where the Guatemalan military and police were sent to attack unarmed and poor migrants trying to cross the border.
Student protesters in Santiago at the University of Chile metro dropped a banner calling for the end of for-profit education as well as standardized testing, well-known to keep down students with less wealth. Students in Revolt Chile stated that such actions would continue, unless actions were taken to mend the broken education of the country.
As a general strike rips through Colombia, the protests continue, as well as solidarity demonstrations and indigenous uprisings centered around Cauca. Demonstrations have also begun against the old Uribe regime, which has been widely criticized for human rights violations.
Dozens of protesters marched in Alexandroupolis in opposition to police repression to universities, which has grappled the nation following a law passed by the Ministry of Education allowing police to re-enter universities for the first time since the fall of the military dictatorship decades ago.