|From:||Jaime Fallon <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Sent time:||Tuesday, October 11, 2011 6:14:01 AM|
|Subject:||[GlobalRevolutionMedia] Re: # FILM Millionaires March|
We should cover the press conference and the March.
look for the PSC/CUNY signs at 59th St. and 5th Ave
Press conference is at 11:45AM and the March is at 1PM. Can we get 2
shooters on this?
Original Message -----
From: Tami Gold
To: Tami Gold
Sent: Friday, October 07, 2011 5:47 PM
Subject: Oct 11th - March to the homes of prominent billionaires
March to tax millionaires - invest in education and jobs
• 59th St. and 5th Ave
• Tuesday, October 11, 2011
• press conference 12 noon
• March begins 1PM
My union, the PSC CUNY, is joining a large coalition of community
groups and labor unions in a march to the homes of prominent New York
billionaires this coming Tuesday, October 11. The tour kicks off a
week of action aimed at maintaining the Millionaires' Tax.
The Strong Economy for All coalition will hold a press conference with
Millionaires for the Millionaires' Tax at 12pm where the march begins
at 59th St. and 5th Ave. We're hoping for a big turnout for the press
conference. From there we'll march to the homes of Rupert Murdoch,
David Koch, Paul Milstein, John Paulson and Chase CEO Jamie Dimon
This is our chance to expose the actors who work to produce and
maintain inequality in New York and the nation and to demand real
economic change for ourselves and our students.
Starting at 11:45am, look for the PSC/CUNY signs at 59th St. and 5th
Ave. The pre-march press conference and rally runs from 12pm - 1pm.
Click here [ http://www.psc-cuny.org/sites/default/files/billionaires.pdf
] for a flier.
Hope to see you there.
On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 8:10 AM, Jaime Fallon <email@example.com> wrote:
> Who is available to shoot the Millionaires March Today?
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Michael Premo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 7:51 AM
> Subject: [GlobalRevolutionMedia] Fw: Review of Yesterday's Major News
> for OWS (Monday, October 10)
> To: Media Working group <email@example.com>
> Michael Premo
> From: Yesenia Barragan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sender: email@example.com
> Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 12:05:07 +0100
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> ReplyTo: email@example.com
> Subject: Review of Yesterday's Major News for OWS (Monday, October 10)
> · US-wide News:
> o MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS:
> § “Millionaires March” set today (10-11): several community groups
> joining demonstrators to Upper East Side homes of major bankers
> · March starts at 5th Avenue and 59th St., finished on Park
> Avenue and 93rd st.
> § Police in Boston arrest about 50-80 people associated w. Occupy
> Boston (OB) who expanded OB from Dewey Sq. Park to neighboring Rose
> Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway
> § Mayor Bloomberg yesterday (10-10) said the city now plans to allow
> the protestors at Liberty Plaza to stay indefinitely as long as they
> obey the laws
> § “Call to Action Against Banks” appears on NY’s OWS Facebook site,
> set for Saturday
> § Hackactivst group Anonymous briefly disrupted general website for
> NY Stock Exchange yesterday afternoon, but didn’t affect trading
> § In speech yesterday (10-10), Mitt Romney criticizes OWS for seeking
> scapegoat; says Wall Street and Main Street are connected
> o HELPFUL STATS FOR OWS
> § Total compensation for Wall Street workers rose 18.7% in the first
> half of 2011; average salary grew by 16% to $361,330
>  http://edition.cnn.com/2011/10/11/us/occupy-wall-street/
>  http://nycapitolnews.com/wordpress/2011/10/occupied-or-not-wall-street-is-sagging/
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