Hundreds of protesters in Barrancabermeja took to the streets in opposition to neoliberalism in Colombia and the Tributary Reform, which would impose taxes on basic goods and services such as electricity, internet, and water bills, as well as removing any existing government aid for low-income workers.
Greek anarchists demonstrated outside of the Evangelismos Hospital (Νοσοκομείο Ευαγγελισμός), in the Athenian neighborhood in solidarity with those struggling to contain the pandemic. Several medical workers joined them in a wildcat strike outside of the hospital, demanding housing, healthcare, and education for all.
Around 50 protesters in Portland gathered at the city’s ICE facility in opposition to fascism and demand the abolition of the border patrol agency long marred with allegations of human rights abuses. Demonstrators lit a fire at the facility’s gate, which was put out during confrontations with federal agents.
Around 50 protesters marched in Rancagua as part of a national mobilization demanding justice for the murder of a Panguipulli street juggler by Chilean police, known as Carabineros. Protesters blocked roads and burnt barricades in the city, disrupting activity and shutting down the main highway out of the Rancagua.