Around 75-100 protesters in Dallas gathered in solidarity with demonstrators in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center, demanding justice for 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man murdered by police officer Katie Potter on the 11th of April.
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Protesters gathered in the dozens in Portland to demand justice for Tete Gulley, a black trans woman found hanging from a tree on 27 May 2019. Protesters listened to speeches before marching on 82nd Avenue, and then dispersing, with many prominent activists present in the demonstration including Demetria Hester.
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.
Hundreds of anticapitalist students marched in Paris to demand the reopening of universities with social distancing protocols in place in order to alleviate the psychological distress and mental disorders beginning to set in on the global population of youth, who have been forced to learn from home due to COVID.
Hundreds of protesters in the northern Lebanese city of Tripoli returned to the streets for a 2nd day of demonstrations against a curfew and lockdown enacted without any stimulus, which has led to many people working illegally. The military of Lebanon arrived on the scene after a militia’s headquarters were attacked, arresting several youths who did not disperse but rather regrouped around areas devoid of law enforcement.