Greek anarchists in Anthoupoli in the Chalandri neighborhood of Athens dropped a banner, calling for class organization into unions and to represent the Ghost of Christmas Past to the bosses of corporations worldwide.
Hundreds of protesters in Barcelona marched for a 7th consecutive day demanding the release of Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper arrested and facing charges for insulting the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators clashed with police, whose heavy presence in the area incited several in the crowd to begin throwing objects at police vehicles and the like.
Dozens of protesters in Patras marched in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, an imprisoned former member of the 17 November left-wing urban guerilla who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens, where he would receive adequate medical care and access to visitors.
Essential immigrant workers and their families marched to Times Square in New York to demand personal protective equipment (PPE) at all workplaces as well as a decent raise to $15 per hour or higher. Demonstrators carried white crosses to let everyone know that the group wasn’t complete, holding Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio responsible for lack of precautions.
Dozens of protesters took to the streets of Elizabeth City for a 7th consecutive day, demanding justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police while driving away. Despite a heavy police presence, demonstrators remained peaceful, even following the deployment of several dozen heavily armed police officers.