Hundreds of Haitians in the Solino neighborhood of Port-au-Prince took to the streets to demand the resignation of President Jovenel Moise, widely despised for his dictatorial grasp on power for over a decade and his dissolution of Parliament in 2019.
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Barricades went up across Beirut in solidarity with the families of victims of the August explosion, demanding justice for the corrupt officials responsible for the mismanagement of the facility whose collapse caused 158 deaths and over 7000 injuries.
Around 50 protesters in New York City shut down the Brooklyn Bridge during a march to Foley Square in Manhattan to denounce numerous incidents of New York Police Department violence and intimidation against protesters, including extremely heavy buildups in previous incidents.
Hundreds of Chilean public sector workers gathered outside of the former National Congress in Santiago to protest for a higher budget and raises for all employees of the government.
Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of Hillah in the Babylon governorate, in defiance of the recent crackdown on protesters by the Iraqi government during the anti-corruption protests that began in October 2019; security forces have killed over 600 people via sheer brutality and the indiscriminate use of live ammunition for over a year as a form of crowd control.