Dozens of workers in the cultures and musicians gathered in Santiago to protest against President Sebastián Piñera, marching across the Alameda and chanting for the release of political prisoners of the October uprising in Chile that has lasted for over a year.
On the 3rd day of demonstrations in Peru, government forces attacked protesters and press alike, injuring at least 26 members of the press and killing an untold number of protesters, with at least 1 confirmed death. Tens of thousands had gathered in Plaza San Martín, the center of the capital of the country in front of Parliament to denounce the removal of President Vizcarra. Undercover policemen were also spotted and exposed in Lima.
About 150 protesters gathered in Tacoma following an incident the previous day in which a police cruiser ran over a crowd spectating a street racing event. Demonstrators placed burning barricades on the street, marching to a local prison to make noise for the inmates, as well as smashing windows of state institutions along the way. Police failed to kettle the demonstration, which resulted in very few arrests.