The protests in Colombia have broadened to a national appeal, and have become more organized. 14 people have been killed so far, and the injury toll has increased above 400. Protesters have burned down over 56 police stations, and many of them have been converted into People’s Libraries and community centers.
Local far-right groups protested in Frankfurt for the end of the lockdown, with antifascists showing up to counterprotest against the anti-science demonstrators. Tensions were high and sporadic fights broke out, until police cracked down almost exclusively on the counterprotesters, hitting them with a water cannon and arresting many.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in New York for the weekly Stonewall march, demanding the abolition of the NYPD and calling it out for its discrimination against people of color and the LGBTQ+ community. Dozens of bike cops trailed the demonstration, ready to attack if any confrontations broke out, but no arrests ended up occurring.