Police assaulted protesters during a ‘No More State Violence’ march in Seattle, arresting at least 1 person for no apparent reason other than their participation in the demonstration.
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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.
Thousands of protesters flooded the Iraqi city of Nasiriyah, meeting at Al-Haboubi Square the day after nationalist and Islamist militias known as Sadrists burned the square and killed 5 people. Iranian militias and Sadrists later attacked the protesters, killing several via what appeared to be grenade launchers and assault rifles.
Protest in Denver
Protesters took to the streets mere hours after the news that Breonna Taylor’s murderers were declared innocent.
Protesters in North Brooklyn against the pipeline gathered in the dozens, demonstrating against a fracked gas pipeline that would begin to go through poor and majority-black neighborhoods. The NBP has been long delayed by protesters who sit-in and halt construction at the site almost every day.