From:   Vane <vanessazet@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Thursday, November 10, 2011 10:03:54 AM
To:   Global Revolution Media <globalrevolutionmedia@googlegroups.com>
Subject:   [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Re: Thursdays shooting events
 

I can cover Naomi Klein and Michal Moore's event at the New School!

 

On 10 nov, 11:02, Renée Renata Bergan <re...@renegadepix.net> wrote:

> I can cover brooklyn walking tour and 2pm rally...WOULD LOVE SEPARATE

> SOUND PERSON FOR THIS.

>

> Also, happy to film MM event---AGAIN SEPARATE SOUND would be

> fantastic...(wish i had my press pass for this...ugh)

>

> Is anyone keeping track of who's agreeing to cover what?  I"m on a

> limited time frame so happy to bow out if others are covering these

> events.

>

> *************************

> Renée Renata Bergan

> 805.698.3069www.renegadepix.net

>

> On Nov 10, 2011, at 7:53 AM, DMS wrote:

>

>

>

> > These are the events I have been informed about through email and

> > the NYCGA.net website. If you have other events you want media to

> > cover please send an email.

>

> > Walking Tour and Downtown Bklyn Chase Action!

>

> > THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10

>

> > GOOD JOBS NOT GIVEAWAYS

> > Tax breaks are breaking the 99%

>

> > 12:30-1PM: TEACH-IN @ LIBERTY PLAZA (ZUCCOTTI PARK)

> > ALIGN and Good Jobs NY will lead a conversation about the hundreds

> > of little-known quasi-public, shadowy entities that regularly award

> > tax breaks and other goodies to businesses that promise to create

> > jobs or threaten to move to other states if they don’t get a deal.

> > But New Yorkers are often not seeing the jobs – let alone good jobs!

>

> > 1-1:30PM: Take the subway to downtown Brooklyn from Liberty Plaza.

> > We’ll have a number of pre-paid Metrocards available.

>

> > 1:30PM: WALKING TOUR OF DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN

> > Meet up at 81 Willoughby (N/R, A/C/F to Jay St-MetroTech)

> > Community members from FUREE will lead a short tour of Downtown

> > Brooklyn’s publicly subsidized gentrification.

>

> > Approx 2PM: RALLY TO DEMAND SUBSIDIES DELIVER GOOD JOBS

> > Brooklyn headquarters of Chase at 3-4 MetroTech Center (Myrtle btwn

> > Flatbush & Duffield).

> > Chase received a subsidy of $237 million from New York’s main job

> > creation program to move 5,000 employees to MetroTech in 1988. Since

> > then, Chase has made one of the largest series of layoffs in NYC

> > history and has accepted tens of millions more subsidies from New

> > Jersey to move jobs out of NYC. We’ll ask them them for our money

> > back on a creative action you won’t want to miss!

>

> > It's time to ask JP Morgan CHASE for our money back!

>

> > This event is part of OWS Occupy Your Block

>

> > Facebook event:http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?

> > eid=187670231315432

>

> > Contact Nathalie Alegre at natha...@alignny.org for more info

>

> > Occupy Everywhere: On the New Politics and Possibilities of the

> > Movement Against Corporate Power

>

> > Thursday, November 10, 2011 8:00 p.m.

>

> > This event will feature Michael Moore,award-winning filmmaker and

> > author of the recent book Here Comes Trouble; Naomi Klein, Nation

> > columnist, and best-selling author of The Shock Doctrine: The Rise

> > of Disaster Capiltalism; William Greider,Nation National Affairs

> > correspondent and author of Come Home, America: The Rise and Fall

> > and (Redeeming Promise) of Our Country ; Rinku Sen, executive

> > director of the Applied Research Center and publisher of

> > Colorlines.com; and moderator Richard Kim, executive editor, The

> > Nation.com.

>

> > Sponsored by The Nation and The New School.

> > Location: Tishman Auditorium, Alvin Johnson/J. M. Kaplan Hall, 66

> > West 12th Street

>

> > Admission: Free; no tickets or reservations required; seating is

> > first-come first-served

>

> > GA Egyptian Monitoring Proposal

>

> > info session tomorrow at 3 pm at 60 wall st (the atrium).

>

> > Squatting Teachin

>

> > Squatting and Homesteading Teach-In

> > Frank Morales of Organize for Occupationhttp://www.o4onyc.org/category/o4o/

>

> > has been squatting in NYC since the 70's

>

> > Thursday November 10th

> > 2:00 p.m. Charlotte’s Place, 109 Greenwhich St.

> > 4:30 p.m. The Atrium,  60 Wall St.

>

> > *Squatting for a home

> > *Squatting for facilitating working groups

> > *Covert vs. Overt squatting

>

> > Good Jobs Not Giveaways

>

> > Liberty Plaza

> > Liberty Plaza - New York City

> > Details

>

> > Date/Time

> > Date(s) - 10 Nov 2011

> > 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

>

> > Location

> > Liberty Plaza

>

> >     Teach-In

>

> > The bailout wasn’t the only time when the people’s money went

> > directly to the pockets of rich private corporations. Granting

> > corporate subsidies is a widespread practice that depletes more than

> > $8 billion from New York’s coffers every year. Hundreds of little-

> > known city and state quasi-public, shadowy entities regularly award

> > tax breaks and other goodies to businesses that promise to create

> > jobs, or threaten to move to other states if they don’t get a deal.

> > Public resources go to those that don’t need them: the developers of

> > huge sports arenas, luxury condominium towers, financial

> > institutions, and other corporations that often fail to deliver jobs

> > –let alone good jobs. Commercial offices adjacent to Liberty Plaza

> > alone have gotten public money to the tune of $11 million. In other

> > words, the 1% treat the 99% pretty much like an ATM! All this behind-

> > closed door spending has very real impacts on the ground for New

> > York’s communities. At this teach-in you will hear from policy

> > advocates, community members and workers directly affected by

> > wasteful corporate subsidies and learn how to get involved.

>

> > After the teach-in, we’ll lead a short tour of Downtown Brooklyn’s

> > publicly subsidized gentrification and end at a creative direct

> > action you won’t want to miss!

>

> > For help adding these events to your Google Calendar for easy

> > viewing, saving, and printing, check out the step-by-step guide here.

>

> > *Notion of solidarity with the homeless and the OWS squatters movement

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