Residents of the Armenian diaspora in Philadelphia demonstrated in the hundreds to call on the United States to demand the end of war in the Nagorno-Karabakh region.
Protesters in Portland gathered in front of the North Precinct to burn American and Thin Blue Line flags, demanding justice for Walter Wallace and Karon Hylton. Police did not come out to engage with demonstrators, who then went downtown to burn MAGA items that an MLK statue had been vandalized with.
Dozens of protesters in San Juan returned to the streets in opposition to the privatization of electricity in the American colony of Puerto Rico. Dozens of police officers in riot gear assaulted protesters at the Convention Center, many of whom were seen displaying far-right iconography on their uniforms.
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.