Protesters in Port-au-Prince placed and burned tires as barricades demanding the release of student leader Ti-Nèg and all other prisoners of the popular uprising in Haiti illegally detained by police forces, which include 2 Dominican film-makers.
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Protesters in Santiago placed barricades along the memorial of Villa Francia on Curacaví street, demanding the end of state terror against the Mapuche communities of Chile by Carabineros, following an incident in which the 7-year-old daughter of the murdered activist Camilo Catrillanca was violently arrested by police.
Greek anarchists demonstrated outside of the Evangelismos Hospital (Νοσοκομείο Ευαγγελισμός), in the Athenian neighborhood in solidarity with those struggling to contain the pandemic. Several medical workers joined them in a wildcat strike outside of the hospital, demanding housing, healthcare, and education for all.
Protesters in Brownsville protested against the North Brooklyn Fracked Gas Pipeline in New York, with dozens of people attending demanding the halting of the development of the pipeline that could pollute poorer and black-majority areas of the city.
Around 50 anarchists gathered in Thessaloniki to demand the acceptance of requests of N17 hunger striker Dimitris Koufontinas, who entered a hunger strike on 8 January to be moved to the Korydallos prison in Athens. November 17 was a revolutionary socialist organization in 20th-century Greece that carried out attacks on American, British, and military targets, before being disbanded in early 2000.