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.
Hundreds of protesters in Tunis gathered to demand the release of jailed activists, an increase in living conditions and employment opportunities for youth and married women, who in recent times have been removed from the public recruitment list. Demonstrators marched from Ettadhamen, the poorest city in the capital, waving signs with socialist slogans, red stars, and anarchist symbols.
Around 150 protesters took to the streets of Portland’s Pearl District to demand the abolition of Immigration & Customs Enforcement, a widely hated agency in the United States due to its job of carrying out deportations. The local USCIS office was covered in graffiti, and a police car was smashed in before law enforcement arrived on the scene, arresting 2 people and attacking a journalist.