Hundreds of feminists marched in the Mexican city of Guadalajara, demanding justice for Victoria, a Guatemalan refugee who was murdered by police in Tulum via asphyxiation by putting their knee on her neck. Several windows were broken at the demonstration, and clashes with police occurred upon which most of the crowd dispersed.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the town hall of the Exarcheia borough of Athens, demanding the halting of the plan to privatize and clear the Strefi hill public space to create a commercial center. Despite a heavy buildup of police forces at the site, no arrests were made and protesters successfully shut down the area.
Hundreds of students returned to the streets of Thessaloniki for a 2nd consecutive day in opposition to a law passed on the 12th which reintroduces police to university campuses for the first time since 1975. Police attacked the protest, deploying tear gas and other chemical weapons against the crowd that had been peaceful until then.
Protesters gathered in Orlando following the police murder of two black teenagers, who were driving a car that police profiled as stolen, which it was not. The parents of the two children held a protest on the 18th, drawing more than 200 people. The families have hired famous civil rights attorney Ben Crump, but they fear that a legal challenge alone may not give them justice.