Hundreds of Sudanese activists protested in Khartoum the day before the 2nd anniversary of the Khartoum Massacre, in which over 128 demonstrators were killed by security forces in the midst of a national uprising. The activists burned tires and blocked roads, demanding long-wanted concessions from the government.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets of Antofagasta in solidarity with the uprising in Colombia against neoliberalism and police violence, met with brutal repression by state security forces under the leadership of president Ivan Duque, as well as with political prisoners of the uprising in Chile on hunger strike.
Protesters took to the streets across Chile, with hundreds of thousands gathering in Plaza Dignidad and other squares. Millions celebrated the replacement of the constitution that was created by the Pinochet regime in a historic plebiscite, which gained 78% of the vote in approval of a new constitution for the Chilean people. Many clashes with the police occurred, but no arrests did.
Anarchists in the Southwest Youth Liberation Front gathered at the Central Juvenile Detention Center in Los Angeles to demand that all prisons for children be shut down, calling for no minor to be imprisoned in LA County and the United States. Police gathered in the dozens, detaining several participants and taking down personal information.