Protesters in Nigeria destroyed and looted the residences of Gershom Bassey in Calabar, and Teslim Kolawole Folarin’s in Ibadan. Dozens of motorbikes were found in Folarin’s house, and lots of hoarded resources were found in Bassey’s, eagerly taken by deprived residents of their cities.
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.
Around 100+ protesters in Portland gathered for a demonstration against the local ICE facility, setting fires and blocking the main doors to the facility to hamper the ability of law enforcement to be able to respond to the protest. Much of the front area was scorched, and graffiti was tagged all over the site.
Dozens of students at the National Pedagogical University in Bogota took to the streets to demand a return to campus for students and free tuition for all to be provided by the government. Demonstrators dropped banners and blocked roads to cause as much disruption as possible, also flying anarchist flags.