Tens of thousands of youth and students marched to the State Secretariat of Kolkata, the capital of the State of West Bengal, to decry the policies of the state government and in support of more education and job opportunities for the youth. Police brutally attacked the demonstration, making 42-500 arrests and leaving around 38-100 hospitalized.
Abolitionists in the California Bay broke windows and tagged graffiti on the South San Francisco courthouse, and stated that the action was inspired by successful hits in Vacaville and San Francisco, where no arrests occurred. The glass of the front entrance was entirely shattered, and the face was used as a canvas for political slogans.
Dozens of Abolish ICE protesters gathered at the Bergen County Jail in solidarity with detained migrants inside, calling for their immediate release and amnesty even after the hunger strike ended. A speech was given by a detainee inside, who stated that he wished for nothing except to return to his family, before a dance session and speeches given by several activists before the demonstrators dispersed.