Protesters took to the streets in Washington D.C. to abolish ICE, led by nurses and immigrants who raised attention to the plight of undocumented refugees at the border and in ICE detention centers. After the march, speeches were given by nurses who spoke about the dangers and suffering of unwanted medical procedures on undocumented women, before dispersing for a later FTP march.
Around 150-200 students gathered in front of the Propylaea in Athens to protest against a law passed by the Ministry of Education which would enable police to enter universities for the first time in 1975. The demonstration was forced to disperse, however, after police blocked anyone from entering the road.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Rochester the day after a police officer pepper-sprayed a 9-year-old girl, demanding an investigation into the event and the immediate dismissal of the officer responsible. Demonstrators marched to the police station, shaking barricades, before leaving to avoid arrests and dispersing shortly after with a caravan of support on their tail.
Hundreds of protesters in Msunduza, part of the Hhohho District in Eswatini, took to the streets in opposition to the country’s absolute monarchy and in support of the Communist Party, riding a wave of unrest after the police murder of a young man in May. After police attacked the demonstration, the crowd set fire to businesses owned partially or fully by King Mswati.