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.
The Notimex Workers’ Union in Mexico City entered the 307th day of the strike that began with allegations of labor terrorism, human rights violations, contempt of workers’ rights laws, and, eventually, exposures of workers to COVID-19. Strikers stated their willingness to negotiate with the corporation, but have not received any word back.
Dozens of protesters in Ft. Lauderdale marched in Las Olas against a law proposed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, which is seen by many as repressive due to its possible legalization of running over protesters who are blocking roads, and making participating in an unlawful assembly a felony. Protesters marched to a local jail, banging pots and pans and chanting slogans to the inmates who banged on their windows in support.
Around 150-200 students gathered in front of the Propylaea in Athens to protest against a law passed by the Ministry of Education which would enable police to enter universities for the first time in 1975. The demonstration was forced to disperse, however, after police blocked anyone from entering the road.