Demonstrations broke out in St. Paul, near Minneapolis, the heart of the George Floyd Uprising, in honor of Breonna Taylor, the new face of the 4th Civil Rights Movement in the United States.
Activists gathered near Oakland at a houseless camp between Mosswood park and the highway in response to a presence of police and CalTrans workers at the scene, appearing to be carrying out an eviction. As demonstrators consolidated their presence, CalTrans workers left, and the houseless camp itself was left alone.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Portland suburb of Tigard following the police murder of a mentally ill man with little apparent threat to the life of the officers. Following the realization that there was no police presence at the Tigard Police Department, demonstrators began smashing up windows and attempted to breach the facility until several police cruisers rolled in.
Dozens of antifascists in Portland gathered at Director Park for a march against police, first throwing snowballs at each other and police cruisers and officers that surrounded the demonstration. As the march moved through town, smashing windows, the crowd pushed police all the way back into the precinct.