Indigenous Colombians took to the streets to protest the inaction by the Duque administration to combat massacres of natives by government-funded paramilitaries. They also demonstrated against the false positives crisis that severely impacted disabled indigenous people. Natives and Afro-Indigenous Colombians were a swing vote in the election, and a failure on their part to vote for Duque could lead for him to lose reelection.
Hundreds gathered a few blocks away from the wake of Francisco Martínez, the Panguipulli street artist murdered by police, to protest against state brutality and repression. Carabineros responded with heavy usage of chemical weapons used on demonstrators and would go on to attack the wake itself, causing massive chaos in the area.
Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Portland suburb of Tigard following the police murder of a mentally ill man with little apparent threat to the life of the officers. Following the realization that there was no police presence at the Tigard Police Department, demonstrators began smashing up windows and attempted to breach the facility until several police cruisers rolled in.