Hundreds of cyclists biked down and blocked the Alameda in protest of the Chilean Ministry of Transportation’s incompetence in solving cases of murdered cyclists, also demanding the release of all political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising.
Thousands of students and teachers in Athens took to the street in opposition to a piece of legislation proposed by Education Minister Niki Kerameos, which would remilitarize university campuses with police for the first time since 1975. Defying the quarantine which banned mass gatherings, demonstrators marched on the Propalyaea in the center of the city. A police presence was mostly absent, and no participants in the protest were arrested.
Around 150 protesters gathered in the Evanston college town in Chicago to demand the abolition of university police at Northwestern University and the surrounding residence in which its students inhabit. Around 75 heavily armed police units arrived at the peaceful demonstration, appearing as an occupying army but making no arrests.
Protesters gathered in Brownsville in North Brooklyn at the construction site of the NBK Fracked Gas Pipeline, demanding its shutdowns over concerns of pollution and harm to the quality of life to the majority-POC constituency of the neighborhoods of the area. Construction for the day was shut down, with the project moving forward despite the mayor of New York, Bill DeBlasio, expressing his opposition to the pipeline but not revoking the construction license.