Demonstrators in Nantes took to the streets to demand another stimulus, which the French government has insofar not provided. 100 people were in attendance, many being delegates from unions that wanted restrictions but also a supplement to the workers. Many fear that the riots that began in Italy might soon spill over if businesses are kept closed but nothing is done to sustain French workers.
Dozens of protesters took to the streets of Elizabeth City for a 4th consecutive day, demanding justice for the police murder of Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man shot in the back of the head several times by officers with assault rifles. Roads were blocked by demonstrators in order to continue pressure to release the body cameras.
Through the week of 13-20 September 2020, several activist groups belonging to the O’Odham and Kumeyaay indigenous tribes have been arrested for protesting the wall and halting construction. 2 O’Ohdham activists have been arrested on Class B misdemeanor charges, while other Kumeyaay protesters have been brutalized by police.