Hundreds of protesters in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center took to the streets for a third consecutive day, demanding the prosecution of the officer who murdered 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man. Police launched an exorbitant amount of munitions, firing tear gas and rubber bullets as well as crowd control grenades at the crowd.
Hundreds of protesters in the Colombian town of Cúcuta at the border with Venezuela took to the streets as part of a sustained general strike, against the Tributary Reform, which would increase taxes on basic goods and services, as well as against the privatization of healthcare and hospitals to adopt the American model.
Thousands of protesters in Athens marched following police repression against students at the Thessaloniki Aristotle University, demanding the repeal of a law passed by the Ministry of Education allowing police to return to campus for the first time in decades. Demonstrators marched to Parliament, although avoiding clashes that had previously occurred in student demonstrations against the same law.
Thousands of protesters in Cali took to the streets for a 4th consecutive day as part of a general strike in Colombia, opposing new tax hikes on basic goods and services as well as the privatization of healthcare. Police responded with brutal repression, opening fire with live rounds and attacking peaceful demonstrations at multiple sites across the city.