Protesters in Bangkok numbered around 200,000 strong in a protest against the monarchy and its brutal practices towards the recent demonstrations, including assassinations of exiles and life in prison for activists who insult the royal family.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in the Athens suburb of New Smyrna, or Nea Smyrni, following an incident of police brutality in which an officer brutally beat a civilian under the guise of enforcing COVID restrictions. Police proceeded to attack the demonstration with tear gas, which reportedly leaked into the homes of civilians and into trams.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the funeral of Haykel Rachdi to demand justice for the young activist who died after being shot in the head by a tear gas canister by police in the Kasserine Province city of Sbeitla. Police tear-gassed the funeral and made several arrests of women, children, and young men.
Protesters gathered in the dozens in Portland to demand justice for Tete Gulley, a black trans woman found hanging from a tree on 27 May 2019. Protesters listened to speeches before marching on 82nd Avenue, and then dispersing, with many prominent activists present in the demonstration including Demetria Hester.