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.
Demonstrators for the Los Angeles Tenants’ Union protested in front of the house of Kathryn Barger (Chair of the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors) against evictions that have insofar not been canceled by the Supervisor. They joined forces with Hillside Villa and the Los Angeles Center for Community Law and Action.
Hundreds of protesters in Khartoum gathered on the 2-year-anniversary of the Khartoum Massacre, in which Sudanese security forces killed over 128 demonstrators and raped several dozen in 2019. Barricades were placed and tires were burned, before police and the military arrived, killing 2 participants and injuring dozens of others.