50 demonstrators in Washington D.C. turned out to protest against attempted White House disenfranchisement of voters across the country, and for climate justice that the Trump administration has also not provided. The demo ended peacefully, with no attendees injured or arrested.
Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of San Juan, demanding the withdrawal of plans to privatize electricity in the American colony of Puerto Rico. Demonstrators blocked roads and yelled chants against the Luma corporation, which would soon assume the responsibilities of the island’s electricity.
As SARS is disbanded, the SWAT force of Nigeria has taken its role, with heavy criticism from protesters. More demonstrators are turning out now than ever did during the #EndSARS movement, with thousands of people congregating in every city to end police brutality in Nigeria. Pro-SARS protesters have also begun to assail protesters substantially often.