Community Alerts

Notice of Protest Activity: March 19–26, 2021

We have received information indicating multiple public gatherings and protests scheduled for Friday, March 19th through Friday, March 26th. Tentative info for the protest activity is listed below:

Scheduled Protests/Assemblies

Ongoing Protests through April

  • Unknown time at 110 N Carpenter (McDonald’s HQ). The group will gather for their cause. “Don’t Be McFooled. Stop Systemic Racism.”

Friday, March 19th, 2021

  • 4:00 pm at 121 N LaSalle (City Hall). The group will gather for their cause “Global Climate Strike – No More Empty Promises! #StopGenerallron.”

Saturday, March 20th, 2021

  • 11:00 am at 201 E Randolph (Millennium Park/Crown Fountain). The group will gather for their cause “Rally to Reopen Schools.”
  • 12:00 pm at 230 S Dearborn (Federal Plaza). The group will gather for their cause “Endless Wars = Few or No Gains for Working People.”
  • 12:00/1:00 pm at 430 N Michigan (National Assoc of Realtors). The group will gather for their cause “Protest at Real Estate Lobby to Lift the Ban on Rent Control.”
  • 1:00 pm at 230 S Dearborn (Federal Plaza). The group will gather for their cause “Rally in Solidarity with Bessemer, Alabama Amazon Workers.”
  • 1:30 pm at 301 S Columbus (Grant Park). The group will gather for their cause “Struggle and Celebration for Black Liberation.”
  • 4:20 pm at 1410 S Museum Campus (Soldier Field). The group will gather for their cause “Protest Against Mediocrity.”

Monday, March 22nd, 2021

  • 3:00 pm at 115 S LaSalle (BOMA). The group will gather for their cause “SEIU Caravan for Janitorial Contract.”

Wednesday, March 24th, 2021

  • 11:00 am at 180 W Adams (McDonald’s). The group will gather for their cause “Fight for $15 Car Caravan Action.”
  • 11:15 am at 1200 S Lake Shore (Shedd Aquarium) to 100 W Randolph (Thompson Center). The group will gather for their cause “We Want to Work Wednesdays Drive-By Protest for 10,000 Jobs!” (Weekly event beginning 03/10)

Thursday, March 25th, 2021

  • 5:30 pm at 230 S Dearborn (Federal Plaza). The group will gather for their cause “Vigil for Yemen: Remembering 6 Years of War.”

Friday, March 26th, 2021

  • 5:00 pm at 230 S Dearborn (Federal Plaza). The group will gather for their cause “Solidarity Action: Stop the Hate of Asian Community.”
  • 6:00 pm at 50 W Washington (Daley Plaza). The group will gather for their cause “Chicago Critical Mass Bicycle Caravan.”

Saturday, March 27th, 2021

  • 10:00 am at 1200 N LaSalle (Planned Parenthood). The group will gather for their cause “Stand for Life Chicago.”
  • 12:00 pm at 100 W Randolph Street (Thompson Center). The group will gather for their cause “ILPRC Day of Action: Laying Down for Justice for Justice.”

Safety Tips:

  • 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
  • If you see an unattended bag, alert police as quickly as possible

Additional Resources:

  • Demonstration Building Security Preparedness Checklist – Click Here
  • BOMA/Chicago Best Practices Guide for Civil Unrest/Disturbances/Protests – Click Here


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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