On the 14th of September, Puget Sound Anarchists blockaded a road used for industrial logging on so-called British Columbia on unceded Pacheedaht territory to stop the Teal Jones company from logging on indigenous land that was never given to so-called Canada. This action took place on the north side of Edinburgh Mountain on so-called Vancouver Island. The blockade succeeded in stopping logging for days before it was cleared and normal activities resumed.
Protesters in Quito demonstrated against a deal between the government and the IMF, in which the Ecuador would earn a $6.5 billion credit, and to make sure it would be payed back, the sales tax would be increased from 12 to 15%. This sparked rioting in the capital, with police unable to suppress the tens of thousands who took to the streets.
Hundreds of protesters in the Minneapolis suburb of Brooklyn Center took to the streets for a 2nd day to demand justice for 20-year-old Daunte Wright, an unarmed black man murdered by officer Katie Potter on the 11th of April. Police and the national guard attacked the demonstration, shooting tear gas and rubber bullets at the crowd.