Anarchists in Athens dropped a banner in the Petralona neighborhood, calling for the Greek government to pull the police out of residential areas. The banner read, “Cops, get out of our neighborhood! You are the pandemic!” and first reported to the anarchist media service Radiofragmata.
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.
Dozens of protesters took to the streets 19 days after the beginning of demonstrations demanding justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police in his driveway using assault rifles. Police kept a presence in the area, but did not attack the protest and allowed participants to peacefully disperse.
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.