Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in the northern city of La Serena, protesting for the resignation of Chilean President Sebastian Piñera, and the release of political prisoners as well as the COVID bonus for hospitals that was promised by the government but never arrived.
Thousands of protesters in Warsaw took to the streets after the Constitutional Court of Poland tightened restrictions on abortion further than they already were, removing abnormalities in a fetus as cause for a termination of pregnancy. Demonstrators marched across the city, blocking several metros and major roads, before arriving at the Constitutional Court and condemning its decision before dispersing.
Essential immigrant workers and their families marched to Times Square in New York to demand personal protective equipment (PPE) at all workplaces as well as a decent raise to $15 per hour or higher. Demonstrators carried white crosses to let everyone know that the group wasn’t complete, holding Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio responsible for lack of precautions.
Over 8,500 migrants have crossed Honduras into Guatemala, with the number ever-increasing as more and more desperate and impoverished people attempt to seek a new life in the country that has imperialized the continent. Extreme violence broke out at Vado Hondo in Chiquimula, where the Guatemalan military and police were sent to attack unarmed and poor migrants trying to cross the border.