Chilean protesters in Antofagasta marched and threw fireworks at a police station and prison in the Bonilla region, demanding amnesty for all political prisoners of the 18th of October Uprising. Multiple clashes ensued, with no arrests occurring due to protesters blocking security cameras with laser pointers.
Dozens of protesters in Coquimbo took to the streets on the anniversary of the formation of the Carabineros, the national police agency of Chile. Demonstrators assembled in a rebuke of the organization, demanding its immediate dissolution. Carabineros arrived to suppress the protest after barricades were lit, arresting 6 people.
Protesters at the 1492 Land Back Lane camp clashed with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), with multiple roads blockaded and barricades set up in Caledonia, near the city of Ontario itself. Multiple protesters were injured and arrested, and courts ruled that setting up barricades is a punishable offence upon which charges can be mounted.
Tens of thousands of protesters demonstrated across Guatemala against government corruption and a budget plan that took away from the poorest and gave to the richest of the country. Over 40 arrests occurred nationally, with hundreds more injured. Demonstrations took place in Guatemala City, Quetzaltenango, and Huehuetenango.
Thousands of antifascists gathered in Washington D.C. to counterprotest a pro-Trump rally organized by the Proud Boys, with clashes ensuing throughout the entire day and the night ending with 4 stabbed and 23 arrested. Antifascists managed to provide a much larger resistance than the previous Million MAGA March.