Secure Chicago

Event and Protest Activity: February 21 to March 12, 2022

In cooperation with our cross-sector safety partners, Titan Security is aware of the following anticipated demonstration activities and public events in the coming days.

Anticipated Protest/Event Activity

  • Thursday, February 24 at 3:30pm, 219 S Dearborn (Dirksen Federal Building), Group will gather for their cause “Stand in Solidarity with the Laquan 9”
  • Saturday, February 26 at 11:00am, 50 W Washington (Daley Plaza) to 500 N Michigan (Bosnian Consulate), Group will gather/march for their cause “Bosnian & Herzegovinian Independence Day March”
  • Saturday, February 26 at 12:00pm, 180 N Stetson (Canadian Consulate), Group will gather for their cause “Stand with Canada. Stand for Freedom.”
  • Monday, February 28 at 9:30am, 121 N LaSalle (City Hall), Group will gather for their cause “Press Conference for Student and Community COVID Safety”
  • Friday, March 4 at 5:30pm, 230 S Dearborn (Federal Plaza), Group will gather for their cause “Justice for Laquan and All Those Murdered by Police – DOJ Indict Van Dyke!”
  • Saturday, March 5 at 11:00am, 201 E Randolph (Millennium Park), Group will gather for their event “March Scream at the Bean”
  • Saturday, March 5 at 3:00pm, 435 N Michigan (Tribune Tower), Group will gather for their cause “Solidarity with Ukraine – Russian Antiwar Activists”
  • Sunday, March 6 at 2:00pm, 50 W Washington (Daley Plaza), Group will gather for their cause “Protest Against Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine” *
  • Tuesday, March 8 at 3:00pm, State and Jackson (DePaul University), Group will gather for their cause “We Refuse to Let the U.S. Supreme Court Deny Women’s Humanity & Decimate Their Rights!”
  • Thursday, March 10 at 8:00am, 1 E Erie (Chinese Consulate), Group will gather for their cause “Tibetan Uprising Day – Protest at Chicago’s Chinese Consulate”
  • Saturday, March 12 at 12:30pm, 700 S Columbus to 100 S Columbus, Group will gather/march for their event “2022 Chicago St. Patrick’s Day Parade” **


* = Note that a smaller “feeder march” may meet at Millennium Park prior to the rally at Daley Plaza on March 6

** = The St. Patrick’s Day parade will be preceded by the dyeing of the Chicago River at approximately 9:30am, this year extending slightly west to Wolf Point

Safety Tips Near/During Protests

  • If you see something suspicious, report it
  • Carry water and stay hydrated
  • Choose a landmark to meet at in case you are separated from your group
  • Utilize the buddy system
  • Remain alert and be observant of surroundings
  • Leave any valuables at home
  • Do not jump any barricades
  • Secure handbags and wallets
  • Stay calm and pleasant
  • Follow your own instincts
  • Leave yourself room to move quickly

As always, if you “See Something, Say Something.” For life-threatening emergencies, call 911. To report suspicious activity, call 855-RPRT-2-S4 (855-777-8274).

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