Hundreds of protesters returned to the streets of Bristol after massive demonstrations against a law restricting the right to protest and to live nomadically in the United Kingdom. Police brutally cracked down on the gathering, trampling tributes to Sarah Everard and savagely beating people.
Dozens of students at the National Pedagogical University in Bogota took to the streets to demand a return to campus for students and free tuition for all to be provided by the government. Demonstrators dropped banners and blocked roads to cause as much disruption as possible, also flying anarchist flags.
Hundreds gathered a few blocks away from the wake of Francisco Martínez, the Panguipulli street artist murdered by police, to protest against state brutality and repression. Carabineros responded with heavy usage of chemical weapons used on demonstrators and would go on to attack the wake itself, causing massive chaos in the area.
Dozens of members of the Anarchist Political Organization gathered at the municipal doctor’s office of Kypseli, a neighborhood of Athens, to demand free food, housing, education, and healthcare for all. Protesters dropped a banner at the site and distributed leaflets in the area to avoid contact with police.