About 30 protesters took to the streets in St. Paul following the shooting of a black man, in which one of the 4 officers was fired. They demanded the firing of the other officers and for the one who fired the shots to face charges for manslaughter and 2nd-degree murder.
Over 200 protesters marched across Seattle on the 6th of November, demanding the defunding of the Seattle Police Department and the abolition of ICE. The protest included testimonies from many black and Hispanic organizers, and lasted nearly 3 hours. No clashes occurred with police, as there were other demonstrations also occurring in the area.
Hundreds of protesters in Facatativá, north of Bogota, took to the streets in opposition to the Tributary Reform, which would raise taxes on basic goods and services for the working class in Colombia. Despite the militarization of the small town, no confrontations occurred between law enforcement and demonstrators.