The city of Ancud in Chile barricaded most entry and exit roads as Chile entered its 4th week of quarantine, stating that the citizens of the town had a complete lack of basic resources to survive. Protesters state that quarantine would continue to be opposed until the town could be assured that enough supplies could come through to survive.
Protesters took to the streets again a week after the grand jury ruling of Breonna Taylor that ruled her killers innocent on the 23rd of September. The same protest groups remained on the streets for a week straight on end, with certain protests ending with police more violently reacting to the demonstrations.
Right-wing groups held an anti-LGBTQ+ event in Toulouse on the 10th of October, which was met with strong opposition from a queer anarchist bloc. Police protected the right-wing march and tear-gassed the anarchists a total of 3 times, but eventually, the counter-protest managed to push back the march.
Thousands of protesters in Popayán took to the streets in opposition to neoliberal policies and the Tributary Reform in Colombia, which would impose new taxes on basic goods and services such as electricity, internet, and water. Demonstrators clashed with police, throwing rocks and taking down security cameras at the site.