Hundreds of protesters gathered at a vigil in the Santiago neighborhood of Villa Francia in memory of the recently deceased Luisa Toledo Sepúlveda, a Mapuche & left-wing activist well-known for speaking out about the murder of her 2 children under the Pinochet dictatorship.
Anarchists in Berlin occupied the Greek embassy in solidarity with Dimitris Koufontinas, a former member of the left-wing revolutionary group 17 November who entered a hunger strike on the 8th of January to demand his transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens, where he would receive adequate medical care and access to visitors.
Over 100 protesters returned to the streets for a march demanding justice led by the mother of Patrick Kimmons, a black man killed by Portland police in 2018. Organizers stated that their endgoal is 1,000 people on the streets every day, which would help bring a public focus back to the victims of racist police brutality.
Student anarchists dropped banners in the Athens University of Economics and Business (ASOEE) and in the Athens Polytechnic University, as well as tagging graffiti in the neighborhood of Zografou in solidarity with the N17 hunger striker Dimitris Koufontinas and to demand that police stay out of university campuses across Greece, a measure recently taken by the right-wing government to “end lawlessness”.