Hundreds of protesters marched in downtown Brooklyn, demanding an end to evictions and the canceling of rent. Demonstrators marched to 26 Court St. the office of eviction lawyers, with many entering inside and others remaining outside. The NYPD responded by attacking protesters, making a total of 19 arrests.
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Protesters gathered in the District of Bihar against the anti-farmer law proposed by the Indian government that caused massive demonstrations and a March to Delhi campaign nationwide. Anti-government activists burnt copies of the law, with a few also making stick figures made of the paper copies and burning them at the stake.
Around 200 students in Patras marched against a law passed by the Ministry of Education in Greece, which would allow for the creation of a university police force for the first time since the banning of police from campuses after the fall of the military junta in 1974.
Dozens of protesters in Rethymno marched against police repression in universities, enabled by the passing of a law through Parliament by the Ministry of Education which enabled police to re-enter university campuses for the first time since 1975.
Dozens of youth protested at the town hall of the northeastern city of Akouda, waving anarchist flags and dropping banners to demand free and public education for all of Tunisia, using the phrase “You’ve fucked with the wrong generation” that became famous during the Arab Spring.