Hundreds of protesters gathered in the San Bernardo borough of Santiago to demand justice on the 1-year-anniversary of the blinding of Fabiola Campillay, a woman who was hit by a tear gas canister fired from the gun of police officer Patricio Maturana.
Hundreds of bikers took to the streets of Santiago to demand safe and free access to abortion for all women, who have had to rely on miscarriage and illegal procedures to get an abortion due to its status in Chile as illegal. Protesters cycled down the Alameda, the most famous and large road in the country, chanting anti-Piñera slogans and disrupting traffic.
Protesters gathered in Orlando following the police murder of two black teenagers, who were driving a car that police profiled as stolen, which it was not. The parents of the two children held a protest on the 18th, drawing more than 200 people. The families have hired famous civil rights attorney Ben Crump, but they fear that a legal challenge alone may not give them justice.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets across Chile in support of the prisoners of the social war in Chile, including anarchists, Mapuche insurgents, and participants in the 2019 national uprising. Police attacked the demonstrations in several cities, leading to widespread clashes throughout the night.