Around 100+ protesters in Portland gathered for a demonstration against the local ICE facility, setting fires and blocking the main doors to the facility to hamper the ability of law enforcement to be able to respond to the protest. Much of the front area was scorched, and graffiti was tagged all over the site.
Protesters in Naameh, a majority Sunni Muslim city in Lebanon, took to the streets demanding the resignation of the government over its failure to handle hyperinflation and soaring gas prices. Demonstrators blocked roads using barricades and burning tires, pressuring the authorities to act with competence.
Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Tripoli to demand an increase in living conditions and a stimulus from the Lebanese government, as a 3-week quarantine was put in place to be enforced by the army without any welfare packages provided. Police then arrived at the scene, attacking and tear-gassing protesters and causing at least 15 injuries.
Hundreds of protesters in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center took to the streets for a 2nd day to demand justice for 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man murdered by officer Katie Potter on the 11th of April. Police and the national guard attacked the demonstration, shooting tear gas and rubber bullets at the crowd.