Protesters in Philadelphia marched as a part of 2 different protests, one for Walter Wallace, and the other to #CountEveryVote. The protests eventually merged together, and numbered more than 2,000 people. Confrontations with the Pennsylvania National Guard occurred, although no demonstrators were injured/arrested.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the 1st Precinct in Minneapolis, demanding justice for both Jacob Blake and Dolal Idd. Jacob Blake was shot 7 times in the back in August by police, which led to massive riots in Kenosha; the District Attorney recently stated that no charges would be placed against the police. Dolal Idd was a 23-year-old son of Somali immigrants, and was killed in a confrontation with police in Minneapolis, also sparking large protests.
Dozens of protesters took to the streets of Elizabeth City for a 4th consecutive day, demanding justice for the police murder of Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man shot in the back of the head several times by officers with assault rifles. Roads were blocked by demonstrators in order to continue pressure to release the body cameras.
Dozens of protesters in Athens gathered for demonstrations in solidarity with the November 17 hunger striker Dimitris Koufontinas, demanding his transfer to the Korydallos Prison of Athens. Despite gathering at the separate areas of Omonia, the Propalyaea, and Syntagma Square, police assaulted protesters at all 3 locations, making brutal arrests and attacking the press.