Hundreds of Japanese antifascists and progressives took to the streets in the Shibuya suburb of Tokyo after the murder of a homeless woman, demanding the end of violence on the poor and exclusion. Despite confrontations with police occurring, protesters did not disperse until the march was complete, with no arrests occurring.
Dozens of protesters gathered in a suburb of Minneapolis after the death of Dolal Idd, a 23-year-old son of Somali immigrants shot in a parking lot for possessing a gun. Despite being small in number, the protest occupied Hopkins Crossroads and shut down most access to the West Metro for an extended period of time.
Around 200 protesters gathered at Georgiou Square in the Greek city of Patras, demanding the end of a law proposed by the ruling right-wing Nea Dimokratia (New Democracy) party, which would reintroduce police to university campuses for the first time since 1975 and set limits on the number of years a student can spend on their degree.