More than 50 people protested the development of Hudson Yards in front of it, an extremely expensive and subsidized housing unit, which cost almost $6 billion in taxpayer dollars. The area was also gentrified, with many affluent tenants and shops moving out of the area after housing costs soared.
Thousands of protesters returned to the streets of Barcelona for a 4th consecutive day to demand the release of Pablo Hasel, a communist Catalan rapper imprisoned and facing charges for criticizing the Spanish monarchy. Demonstrators clashed with police, placing and burning barricades in many areas across the city after confrontations began to occur.
Hundreds of protesters in Santiago took to the streets to demand free tuition for all university students, starting off the day by placing barricades in the Pudahuel commune. Demonstrators then marched to Plaza Dignidad, where they were subjected to intense repression by police who used water cannons and tear gas on the crowd that had been peaceful until then.