Dozens of protesters gathered in Portland in remembrance of those killed during the George Floyd Uprising, including protesters and victims of police brutality. Demonstrators first gathered on Pioneer Square, listening to speeches, and marched through downtown to the back of the (in)Justice Center and placing candles, before finally making it to the BLM mural and holding a moment of silence before dispersing.
Hundreds of protesters marched in Girona to demand the release of Pablo Hasel, a left-wing Catalan rapper arrested and facing charges for criticizing the Bourbon royal family of Spain. Demonstrators carried a banner reading “Chess and checkmate to the regime!” and blocked several roads before dispersing peacefully.
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.