Antifascists marched against fascism in St. Paul, the capital of Minnesota, in protest of weekly pro-Trump events occurring at the Capitol. The Proud Boys did not end up arriving, and the march against fascism ended without confrontations occurring, despite a weak standoff happening during the event.
Hundreds of protesters in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Park returned to the streets for a 4th day of demonstrations demanding justice for 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man murdered by a police officer. Police officers rained munitions and pepper-spray on the crowd, and Minnesota state troopers swept the area and arrested 24 people.
Dozens in the city of Chiguayante placed barricades and protested to demand justice for Francisco Martínez Romero, a street artist murdered by Carabineros in Panguipulli. Demonstrators disrupted traffic and further spread thin the supply of police to respond to nationwide protests that day in Chile.
DHS Police and ICE agents cracked down on an Abolish ICE protest in Portland but making dozens of mistakes in the process. Several (estimated 3) tear gas canisters went off inside a DHS agent’s backpack, and many police accidentally hit each other while opening fire on the crowd with pepper balls and rubber bullets. About 50 people attended the protest.