Amid celebrations of Trump’s defeat in Washington D.C. and other areas, demonstrators marched for Black Lives and Karon Hylton, stating that the fight does not end with Trump and will continue as long as police brutality does. About 100 protesters took part in the march, demanding the arrests of the officers responsible for Hylton’s death and the defunding/abolition of the MPD.
Student protesters in Santiago at the University of Chile metro dropped a banner calling for the end of for-profit education as well as standardized testing, well-known to keep down students with less wealth. Students in Revolt Chile stated that such actions would continue, unless actions were taken to mend the broken education of the country.
Police attacked Abolish ICE demonstrators at the Bergen County facility who were protesting in solidarity with the prisoners inside performing a hunger strike. Cops were filmed targeting a black protester, then arresting him. The Ridgewood for Black Liberation organization later stated that he had been released, but sustained injuries during the assault by police.