Dozens of protesters in Antofagasta took to the streets in opposition to the right-wing presidency of Sebastián Piñera and the release of all political prisoners of the uprising in Chile. Demonstrators burned barricades and blocked roads, ready to confront any police officers who arrived to disperse the demonstrators.
Protesters in Mbabane took to the streets in opposition to the government of Eswatini, the last absolute monarchy of Africa, demanding the implementation of democracy and justice for Thabani Nkomonye, a student murdered by police. Demonstrators lit fires and blocked roads, shutting down key roads in order to cause as much disruption as possible.
Over 100 protesters in New York City took to the streets to demand the abolition of the NYPD, stopping at the police department’s Times Square station & Strategic Response Group headquarters. Demonstrators burned an American flag and a Thin Blue Line flag, confronting a massive police presence although with no confrontations occurring.