Thousands of protesters in Bucaramanga took to the streets in opposition to neoliberal policy in Colombia and the Tributary Reform, which would impose taxes on basic services like internet, water, and electricity. After police tear-gassed the crowd, clashes began to occur on the streets with angry youth throwing rocks at law enforcement.
Around 100 protesters in Portland marched to demand the halt of the Line 3 Tar Sands pipeline in Minnesota, which would possibly poison the local rivers in the area and compromise water supplies. Demonstrators first went inside several banks supporting the project, demanding the halt of funding for the pipeline, and then were attacked by DHS at the federal courthouse before later dispersing.
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.