Greek anarchists dropped a banner at a supermarket in Patras, promoting feminist initiatives during the pandemic, saying “The fight against gender inequality cannot be put under quarantine. Lockdown the patriarchy, power, and capital!”.
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Anarchists in Keratea, a Greek city southeast of Athens on the Attican peninsula, dropped a banner in solidarity with migrants in the country. The banner reads, “Immigrants are an image of our own future. No to the concentration camps [in which refugees are kept]!”
Dozens of protesters gathered for a flash demonstration in front of the house of the President of Greece in Athens in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his return to the Korydallos prison, where he will once again be able to see his family and other visitors.
Dozens of protesters in Athens gathered at the local health station in the Keramikou neighborhood, demanding free food, housing, education, and healthcare for all. Despite a heavy police buildup at the public health facility, no arrests were made and demonstrators were able to hang a banner and drop leaflets.
Around 45 protesters in Lamia marched in solidarity with the Dimitris Koufontinas hunger strike, demanding the Greek government accept the demands of the former member of 17N to be returned to his old cell at the Korydallos prison in Athens.