From:   grimwomyn <>
Sent time:   Monday, September 19, 2011 11:09:45 AM
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] Industry player sites

it could happen, and I could advise on it- I used to work there, as for being there in person, I am a single parent with no family so I really cannot get arrested. However, I know all those old culturals like the back of my hand, and the social events, which I am combing through now... I can advise and strategize

For the dinner-- you will not be able to get inside the building, but a candlelight vigil outside would be haunting and perfect

On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 1:00 PM, Sean Captain <> wrote:
Are you thinking of doing flash mobs in those lobbies?

On Sep 19, 2011, at 12:29 PM, Conor Tomás Reed wrote:

Thank you for sending this info out, Lisa!! This is exactly what a few people were suggesting yesterday in mapping out "pressure points" in the financial district to target this week. Any chance we can have another CD discussion/training this week in anticipation of Friday?

What about getting in touch with USUncut folks who held teach-ins/parties in bank locations around NYC? How about we try to "adopt" a few bank lobbies on Wednesday? We can record flashmobs to boost online pizazz.

see y'all tonight,

On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 12:12 PM, Lisa Fithian <> wrote:


Attached are some maps of industry players in Wall St and Mid-Town

If you need other sites to visit.   (Goldman is no longer at 85 Broad)


The Partnership for New York City is an industry association of all the wealthy players in NY  - just off of Broadway not far from Staten Island Ferry is a great place too!


The Downtown Association – rich peoples club just down the street from JP Chase Plaza


Great Lobbies in WS area

·         Duetche Bank on Wall Street – multiple entrances including subway

·         Winter Garden in the World Financial Center on the west side

·         JP Morgan Chase Plaza – subway accessible

·         Partnership Building

·         ATT&T on Water Street

·         One Financial Plaza – Wells Fargo & Morgan Stanley