Hundreds of protesters in Lansing gathered for the Michigan People’s March, marching down the Michigan Highway 99/S Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in support of Black Lives Matter, socialism, and anarchism. Demonstrators called for the fall of the prison-industrial complex, the American empire, and the abolition of ICE.
Around 1000 protesters in Bristol returned to the streets in opposition to a law that would expand police powers, restrict the right to protest, and also criminalize a nomadic lifestyle. Police brutally attacked the protesters, injuring many and deploying horses and dogs against the peaceful demonstrators.
Dozens of protesters in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas gathered to demonstrate against Trump’s visit to the border wall, pointing out that the cost it takes to build 1 mile of wall could pay for 300,000 coronavirus vaccines. Abolish ICE organizers demanded the destruction of the wall, under the slogan #NotAnotherFoot, and made it clear that the community of the Rio Grande Valley was in opposition to its existence.