Hundreds of students gathered in Chania to oppose a new law proposed by the right-wing New Democracy government, which would set a limit on the time a student can take to finish a degree and also reinstall police officers inside university campuses across Greece.
Hundreds of protesters in Minneapolis took to the streets 3 weeks after the police murder of Daunte Wright in Brooklyn Center, marching to the suburb’s local police station. Demonstrators put up the name of Wright on the police station’s fence and were met by little to no law enforcement presence, a notable turn from other protests in the area.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the town hall of the Exarcheia borough of Athens, demanding the halting of the plan to privatize and clear the Strefi hill public space to create a commercial center. Despite a heavy buildup of police forces at the site, no arrests were made and protesters successfully shut down the area.
Thousands of students in Athens returned to the streets for a second consecutive day, demanding the repeal of a law proposed by the Minister of Education which would restore police to university campuses across Greece and the release of all 52 people arrested during demonstrations on the 11th. Unlike the previous day, police did not attack the protesters and the march remained peaceful throughout the day.