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.
Thousands of students in Thessaloniki returned to the streets for a demonstration demanding the repeal of a law passed by the Greek Ministry of Education which would allow police to re-enter university campuses for the first extended period since the fall of the military dictatorship in 1973-1974 following a disastrous war and a student uprising.
Dozens of protesters in Antofagasta took to the streets demanding the resignation of president Sebastian Piñera, famous for exacerbating disastrous neoliberal policies in Chile. Demonstrators also called for the abolition of the country’s national police force, the Carabineros, long marred by accusations of human rights abuses.