Hundreds of protesters in Santiago returned to the streets to demand the resignation of right-wing president Sebastian Piñera and the release of all political prisoners of the social uprising that began in 2019. Demonstrators managed to occupy and burn one police vehicle, forcing out police from the area despite heavy repression continuing near Plaza Dignidad.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Panguipulli in response to the police murder of Francisco Martínez, also known as El Pancho, a street artist who juggled fake machetes and was murdered by police for not having an ID. Several public buildings went up in flames by the end of the night, as police refused to provide justice for the murder of the young man.
Dozens of protesters in New York marched through the Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan to call for an end to ICE and kids in cages, demanding the immediate abolition of the 21st-century anti-immigration agency that continues to put children in overcrowded and unsanitary camps with very little access to basic services.
Dozens of Athenians gathered in the area of Pedion Areos & Kypseli to protest in solidarity with migrants in Greece, marching to the front of the Turkish embassy to protest against the Erdogan regime’s involvement in war in Syria causing economic hardship for millions who have fled the country to countries as far away as Germany.