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.
Thousands of protesters in Bristol clashed with police during a Kill the Bill demonstration in opposition to the restriction of the right to protest and the increase of police powers in Great Britain. Several police vehicles were torched, the police station’s windows were smashed, and fireworks were shot at the scene.
Dozens of activists gathered at the home of Presiding Judge Dale Youngs of the 16th Circuit Court in Kansas City, following an incident in which one of his agents shot a man having a mental health crisis while being evicted. Organizers called for an immediate moratorium to be placed on eviction, so that no one more would die from being evicted or from not having shelter.
Over 200 antifascists gathered to counterprotest a Proud Boys rally to ‘Stop the Steal’ in Sacramento, standing off with the MAGA side and throwing projectiles. Police shot foam bullets at the antifascists, who were then attacked by a Proud Boy with a knife, who promptly fled the scene after being chased by a dozen counterprotesters.
West Belarusians took to the streets in what was coined a “district storm”, with many small protests going on in areas that were not normally deemed to have a culture of anti-Lukashenko sentiment. Police failed to arrive in time to put down the protests, and so the “mission” of sorts was deemed a success.