Hundreds of students in Patras took to the streets to decry a law passed by the Ministry of Education, which would enable the government of Greece to create a police force in universities for the first time since the fall of the military dictatorship in 1974 after a failed annexation of Cyprus and a student uprising.
Hundreds of students gathered at the Propylaea in Athens to protest against the planned reintroduction of police onto college campuses, as they had been banned since the Polytechnic Uprising of 1973. Police kettled the crowd in but did not otherwise assault the demonstrators, as it would further reinforce their point.
Thousands of protesters in Athens returned to the streets for a third consecutive mobilization in solidarity with the Koufontinas hunger strike, lighting flares and marching to Omonia once again singing anarchist chants and other slogans in solidarity with the hunger striker and former member of 17 November.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Barranquilla, in opposition to healthcare privatization and police violence amid an ongoing general strike. Despite the demonstration remaining peaceful on the highway, police attacked, firing tear gas and injuring several participants in the crowd fleeing the chemical weapon.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the weekly Stonewall demonstration for Black Trans Liberation, marching through the city before stopping for a speech given by Joel Rivera, a trans woman who was sexually assaulted by both male and female officers while in prison awaiting her bail hearing for exercising first amendment rights.