Hundreds of fans of Egaleo F.C., an Athens-based football club, took to the streets at Iera Odos junction, in solidarity with antifascists persecuted by the Greek authorities and in other countries worldwide. The banner hoisted read, “The pandemic needs doctors, not cops and repression.”
Protesters gathered in Orlando following the police murder of two black teenagers, who were driving a car that police profiled as stolen, which it was not. The parents of the two children held a protest on the 18th, drawing more than 200 people. The families have hired famous civil rights attorney Ben Crump, but they fear that a legal challenge alone may not give them justice.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets across Cali, demanding the immediate withdrawal of the Tributary Reform in Colombia, which would enact new taxes on basic goods and services for the lower and middle class in Colombia. Police responded with brutal repression, killing at least 7 protesters and firing indiscriminately with live rounds and tanks.
Abolitionists in the California Bay broke windows and tagged graffiti on the South San Francisco courthouse, and stated that the action was inspired by successful hits in Vacaville and San Francisco, where no arrests occurred. The glass of the front entrance was entirely shattered, and the face was used as a canvas for political slogans.