Hundreds of anarchists and students marched on the Agio Venizelou in Thessaloniki in protest against the planned reintroduction of cops on campus, standing off with police and blockading traffic. No arrests were made, in a new development after the heavy crackdown on protests during the anniversaries of the Polytechnic Uprising and the 2008 riots.
Nigerian diaspora activists and their allies took to the streets across the world, from Russia to New Zealand. They demanded the end of arms sales to Nigeria, as well as the end of police brutality in the country as well. Thousands were in attendance in multiple areas, raising a big show that had never been seen before outside of Nigeria.
Dozens of protesters returned to the ICE facility in Portland to demand the immigration agency’s abolition and the immediate naturalization of all undocumented immigrants in the United States. Unlike previous days, police did not attack the crowd with tear gas or chemical munitions and allowed participants to disperse peacefully.