Demonstrators across North Brooklyn dropped banners against the NBK Pipeline, against which there was more significant resistance in October and early November. The pipeline passes through many black-majority neighborhoods and is projected to cause gentrification and pollution of North Brooklyn at the same time.
A motorcade and a demonstration occurred in Bangkok against the monarchy of Thailand and Prime Minister Prayut, largely held responsible for lack of access to vaccines and mismanagement of the pandemic. Both gatherings ended repressed, with demonstrators using fireworks in retaliation to police use of tear gas and rubber bullets.
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.
Around 100 protesters in Portland marched to demand the halt of the Line 3 Tar Sands pipeline in Minnesota, which would possibly poison the local rivers in the area and compromise water supplies. Demonstrators first went inside several banks supporting the project, demanding the halt of funding for the pipeline, and then were attacked by DHS at the federal courthouse before later dispersing.