Dozens of protesters gathered outside of the 18th of October Uprising Political Prisoner Coordination office, demanding the release of political prisoners from the jails of Santiago and the rest of Chile for participating in the October Rebellion, with many having been imprisoned for more than a year.
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.
Hundreds of protesters gathered in Montevideo gathered to demand increased funding for public education for better working conditions and salaries for professors. The demonstration came as the ruling liberal National Party made budget cuts to education, as part of a wider neoliberal campaign to privatize elements of the public sector.