Protesters took to the streets again on the night of the 11th to demand justice for Dreasjon Reed, after a grand jury ruled his killer cop innocent. More than 100 demonstrators marched across downtown, demanding the arrest and charging of Reed’s murderer. No clashes occurred between police and protesters, even though there was still a substantial militia presence in the city.
Dozens of protesters marched in Santiago to demand that the government halt pension cuts as well as pay them out to elderly people who are also houseless, who have been widely excluded from receiving social benefits. Demonstrators also attacked the state policy of handing out the job of pensions to life insurance companies, which are widely viewed in Chile as negligent.
Hundreds of protesters in Minneapolis gathered at the scene where a police officer murdered 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man, demanding an immediate prosecution of those responsible. Police tear-gassed the crowd once it arrived at the police station, also throwing flashbang grenades and shooting rubber bullets.