Protesters in Bologna gathered at the local Greek embassy in solidarity with former 17N member Dimitris Koufontinas, who is on hunger strike to demand a transfer to the Korydallos prison in Athens where he would get access to better medical care and the ability to see visitors.
Dozens of protesters in Seattle gathered for the Dexmaamxsgism Da Libaalx indigenous-led march for justice for black lives and all others who have fallen to police brutality. Local citizens of native tribes gave speeches about economic and social oppression facing people of color, then marching and chanting anti-capitalist and anti-police slogans.
Protesters in Portland gathered in front of the North Precinct to burn American and Thin Blue Line flags, demanding justice for Walter Wallace and Karon Hylton. Police did not come out to engage with demonstrators, who then went downtown to burn MAGA items that an MLK statue had been vandalized with.
Protests continue to grow in Nigeria, whose SARS police force has yet to be disbanded and is being replaced with SWAT, and recent leaks by Anonymous are only serving to aggravate the situation in the country. The hacktivist group had previously not been present, but it is likely that its new releases will bring forth a new wave of protests.
On the 4th of October, a small group of Patriot Prayer members held an anti-BLM rally in Portland. Counterprotestors quickly arrived, with confrontations but no major fights occurring until the slightly larger BLM counterprotest pushed the right-wing group out of the city. Patriot Prayer was heavily armed with assault weapons as well.