From:   gail zawacki <witsendnj@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Monday, September 19, 2011 3:16:01 PM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] Re: Industry player sites
 

I have a terrific Koch Kills banner which has annoyed them enough in the past (at the Rancho Mirage protest) for David Koch to complain about it in an interview in the Weakly Standard, pictured here in DC:

http://wonkette.com/426305/nasa-zombie-alliance-hosts-climate-change-apocalypse-rally

Which I have used to good effect with a climate zombie outfit as shown.  Could be problematic as far as masks go, and also sticks to hold the banner up, in NYC.

If anyone is interested let me know.

Gail



On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 2:46 PM, gwomyn <grimwomyn@gmail.com> wrote:
And one more for this week:

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2011
New York City Ballet

Fall Gala Performance, cocktails and dinner.
Lincoln Center-David H. Koch Theater.   New York.   (212) 870-5585.
Event address: 20 Lincoln Center Plaza, New York.
Event web address: nycballet.com.

*FYI: the Theater is named after David Koch, head tea partier:
http://www.newyorker.com/reporting/2010/08/30/100830fa_fact_mayer

FALL GALA
David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center

GALA CHAIRMEN
Alec Baldwin
Jodie and John Eastman
Marlene Hess (Hess Oil Heiress: http://nyti.ms/owkzR7 ) and Jim Zirin
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_D._Zirin )
Alice and Lorne Michaels

VICE CHAIRS
Fiona Druckenmiller, married to the "149th richest person in America"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Druckenmiller
Carol Mack
Charlotte Moss

PAUL MCCARTNEY’S
OCEAN’S KINGDOM
Choreography by Peter Martins
Costumes by Stella McCartney
Projections by S. Katy Tucker
Scenic Design by Perry Silvey
Lighting by Mark Stanley

6:00pm Cocktails
7:30pm Performance
9:00pm Supper Ball

Black Tie
Gala Tables of 10: $150,000, $100,000, $50,000, $25,000 (limited
availability)
Gala Tickets: $10,000, $5,000, $2,500, $1,500 (limited availability)
Cocktail and Performance Tickets: $750, $350

Please call 212-870-5585 or email specialevents@nycballet.com to
purchase tickets.

On Sep 19, 12:47 pm, grimwomyn <grimwo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So, another high profile target to consider for tomorrow, and evening event
> that will be totally unexpected and would make a lot of noise would be to
> have an action at the New York Public Library's $25K a plate dinner tomorrow
> night. Usually the exact speakers/attendees of the events are kept hush hush
> until after, but here is a recent example:http://newyorkpubliclibrary.org/audiovideo/presidents-council-fall-di...
> of the attendees will be linked to the corporate power structure in
> one
> way or another.
>
> The location is the main building at 42nd and 5th ave, with a park behind
> the library, Bryant Park:http://g.co/maps/uxkxk
>
> The board of the NYPL is comprised of the top 1% and is just a great general
> target for a peaceful powerful action. For all it will scream abt how they
> are a struggling NGO, the library is worth over a billion culled from it's
> donors. So there will be a large splash of attention with little if any
> collateral damage to NYPL.
>
> Bryant Park is usually crowded from the early afternoon on, so you could do
> a lot of outreach there prior in conjunction if you would like. Mix of both
> natives and tourists and it is public space.
>
> 2011/9/19 Conor Tomás Reed <conortomasr...@gmail.com>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
> > 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,
> > -Conor
>
> > On Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 12:12 PM, Lisa Fithian <fithi...@igc.org> wrote:
>
> >> Again****
>
> >> 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!****
>
> >> ** **
>
> >>http://www.pfnyc.org/partners-list.html****
>
> >> ** **
>
> >> The Downtown Association – rich peoples club just down the street from JP
> >> Chase Plaza****
>
> >>http://www.thedta.com/Default.aspx?p=DynamicModule&PageId=255381&ssid...
> >> ****
>
> >> ** **
>
> >> *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****
>
> >> ** **
>
> >> ** **
>
> >> ** **
>
> >> ** **
>
> >> ** **

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