A crowd nearing 100 people gathered for a protest for Patrick Kimmons, a victim of police violence killed in 2018, for whom demonstrations have been organized by his mother. The march went through the inJustice Center and the downtown of the city, with a police response failing to manifest itself.
Thousands of Iraqis returned to the streets of Nasiriyah to protest against the government’s arrest of several anti-corruption activists, completely shutting down the prominent city’s activities. Government forces responded with extreme brutality, opening fire on the crowd with live ammunition and running over a protester.
Protesters in Antofagasta returned to the streets on the birthday of Piñera, the widely hated President of Chile, demanding his immediate resignation. The march went through Bonilla in the city, with heavy police repression almost immediately occurring. Protesters then returned in the hundreds for the night march, which was not attacked by police.
Demonstrators in Paris, Marseille, Nancy, Lyon, Toulouse, and many other cities took to the streets as part of a sustained movement against the Global Security Bill that bans videos and photos taken of police ‘with the intent of doing harm to the officer in question’. Police in Paris assaulted protesters at the Trocadéro, deploying water cannons and arresting at least a dozen.