Student protesters in Santiago at the University of Chile metro dropped a banner calling for the end of for-profit education as well as standardized testing, well-known to keep down students with less wealth. Students in Revolt Chile stated that such actions would continue, unless actions were taken to mend the broken education of the country.
Police in the El Codito neighborhood of Usaquén in Northern Bogota opened fire at a jitney van, or unlicensed transport service, full of people, killing one minor and injuring 2 others. Later in the day, hundreds of protesters gathered outside of the local CAI police substation and were then attacked by ESMAD riot police.
Hundreds of youths in the city of Vic clashed with police to demand the release of political prisoner Pablo Hasel, a Catalan rapper arrested in Lleida under charges of insulting the Spanish monarchy. The city’s police station was smashed in, and burning barricades were placed to stop the advance of law enforcement.
Dozens of protesters took to the streets for a 15th day of demonstrations in Elizabeth City to demand justice for Andrew Brown, an unarmed Black man killed by police officers with assault rifles. Police closely trailed the small demonstration, but no arrests occurred due to a lack of confrontations.