Protesters demonstrated against the arrival of the Secretary of Homeland Security in the Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas to celebrate 400 miles of built wall. Protesters had been working with the O’Odham Anti-Border Collective, and Hispanic and indigenous elders also took part in the protest.
Dozens of antifascists returned to the streets of Sacramento to combat the weekly Stop the Steal rally attended by Proud Boys, marching as well in support of the Indian Farmers’ Protest solidarity event going on at the same time. Several clashes broke out, with pepper spray being used and a shield wall being formed.
Bikers took to the streets to protest against a lack of government oversight on the protection of cyclists, who have been killed in the dozens in recent weeks. Demonstrators took Plaza Dignidad and other areas of the city including the Alameda but clashed in significant street battles with police and government forces.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets of Bangkok in opposition to the monarchy of Thailand and Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, a general who assumed office in the 2014 coup d’état. During clashes in which police carried out severe repression, demonstrators returned the favor with fireworks and set a police van on fire.