Protesters took to the streets for the weekly Stonewall Black Trans Lives Matter march, which attracted hundreds in attendance. Police followed the demonstrators, but no major clashes occurred throughout the night, with the march ending peacefully.
Black Lives Matter supporters and their anti-fascist counterparts took to the streets against a Beverly Hills Rally for Trump, with several Trump supporters starting fights that quickly ended in the favor of the BLM counterprotesters. Many Trump supporters also called out for the police to open fire on the protesters.
Striking workers from the Notimex news agency in Mexico City protested at its headquarters on day 304, condemning an exposure of workers to COVID-19 and the inability of the corporation to manage its fallout properly. The (Sindicato de Trabajadores de Notimex) Notimex Workers’ Union cited irresponsibility on the part of the company for the reason that the strike began, and said it would not return until conditions were adequate.
Dozens of protesters returned to the streets of San Juan, demanding the withdrawal of plans to privatize electricity in the American colony of Puerto Rico. Demonstrators blocked roads and yelled chants against the Luma corporation, which would soon assume the responsibilities of the island’s electricity.