Demonstrators and allies across Chile commemorated the 2-year anniversary of the murder of Camilo Catrillanca, a Mapuche farmer, at the hands of Chilean police, in Temucuicui, in the area of Ercilla. Hundreds of protesters and friends marched on the site of his murder, where his tractor still lies, and condemned the lack of transparency in the Chilean government while handling his case.
A few dozen protesters arrived at the 71st Precinct in New York City, demanding the department face consequences for countless instances of police brutality during the summer George Floyd protests and on nonviolent civilians. Police attacked the demonstration, making at least 4 arrests against peaceful protesters.
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 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.