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Occupy Wall Street Anniversary Convergence Washington Square Park, 5th Ave and Waverly.
10:30 am-12:30pm Welcome and Orientation Activities, Lunch 12:30pm-4pm Inaugural Assembly and Thematic Breakout Groups 4pm-6:30pm Open Space 6:30pm-7pm Closing Assembly 7:30pm – 9pm Debt Resistors’ Operation Manual Book Launch

SEPT. 17TH ACTIONS
The People's Wall The People's Wall will be a nonviolent, sitting
civil disobedience, We will form a peaceful sitting wall to deliver a clear message: The 99% will no longer stand for business as usual.

99 Revolutions Simultaneously in the space opened by the People's Wall,
"99 Revolutions"—multiple groups of individuals performing autonomous actions—will mass at a random array of intersections and begin roving demonstrations of the abundance and possibility of a world without Wall Street. These will be joyous and educational, opening up a sense of what is possible. The 99 Revolutions will swirl around the entire financial district, saturating the area with an unavoidable sense that change is in not just in the air, it's in our hands.

SEPT. 16TH
10am-1pm Spectra Pipeline Blast Zone March w/Occupy Guitarmy @ Gansevoort and Hudson River Greenway 12pm-7pm Occupy Town Square @ Thomas Paine Park Worth St. b/w Lafayette and Centre Streets 1pm-6pm Concert: “99 Revolutions” @ Foley Square north end of Thomas Paine Park 6:30pm-7:30pm Direct Action and Know Your Rights Trainings 7:30pm Occupy Rosh Hashanah Services @ Liberty Plaza

YOU’RE INVITED!
THE 99% OCCUPY WALL STREET

Storm Wall Street When it comes to the environmental crisis all roads

SEPT. 17TH

All Roads Lead to Wall Street-action details on back
7am Assemble at convergence points 7:30am Action: The People’s Wall & 99 Revolutions 10am Storm Wall Street @ Bowling Green 11am Spokescouncil @ Ferry Terminal 12pm-5pm Occupy Town Square Open Space 12pm-1pm The 99% Returns to Wall Street (assembly by organizational allies) 6pm – 8pm The Popular Assembly @ Foley Square 8pm March to Liberty Square

lead to Wall Street. Every day, the big banks invest in fossil fuels and borrow against our future. Rising sea levels and surging debt will soon land us underwater! We’ll gather to call for an end to the corporate occupation of the planet and demonstrate that a just and sustainable world is possible. As the 99% circle New York's first public park, our groundswell will become a “People’s Hurricane” — a storm to remind the 1% of their growing debts to Mother Earth.

SEPTEMBER 17TH

The 99% Returns to Wall Street On the first anniversary of our

movement, we ask you to join us at 6pm on September 17th at Liberty Square to show the 99% stands united against this corrupt system. Union workers, union leadership, economics experts and occupiers will come together and let our voices be heard once more.

The Popular Assembly The intention of this assembly is to provide the

People with a non-oppressive, non-hierarchical and non-confrontational space to discuss issues and projects relevant to envisioning a better world. This Popular Assembly is not a call to re-occupy. This will be a safe space to practice public dissent, and will not be a confrontation with the state. This is will be the first in a series of weekly Popular Assemblies.

SEPT. 18-22ND
Free University
Madison Square Park, 23rd and Broadway teach-ins to demonstrate our ability to provide free education for all and advocate for education as a human right. For more information visit www.freeuniversitynyc.org

ACTION AGREEMENTS
• Groups and individuals will respect each other’s autonomy to plan their
portion of the action as they see fit. • Groups and individuals will refrain from planning actions that will interfere with the intention of other groups. • Groups and individuals will seek to maintain healthy and constructive criticism up to and including the day of action and will resolve any apparent conflicts by initiating direct contact with each other. • Groups and individuals will be mindful of internal power dynamics and practice anti-oppression. • Groups and individuals will refrain from disparaging comments about other groups in the press and open OWS meetings. • Groups and individuals will refrain from marshalling other groups. • Groups and individuals will refrain from turning other groups in to the police. • Groups and individuals will refrain from incriminating others by attaching names to actions and filming illegal activity. • Groups and individuals will commit to debriefing from the action, so as to learn and grow. • Groups and individuals will respect the agreed upon framework.

For every crumbling foundation of our society, the cause of the ruin can be traced back to corporate greed. Follow the money -- all roads lead to Wall Street. Wall Street profits off our hardship at the expense of our economy, our environment, and our democracy. What’s good for Wall Street is bad for us.

SEPT. 23RD

Strike Debt Assembly
Washington Square Park

Welcome to a weekend of education, celebration and liberation as we refuse to be sold out to Wall Street and take action to create a better world. When we act together, we show others that they are not alone. We give people hope that change is possible. When thousands of people take action, change becomes real..

WEEKEND TRAININGS
Saturday
10:30am-1pm S17 Action Prep Washington Sq Park 10:30am-1pm Legal Training Washington Sq Park 10:00am-1pm S17 Action Prep Housing Space Brooklyn 10:30am-1pm Legal Training Washington Sq Park 4–7pm S17 Mass Action Training Washington Square Park 8–10pm S17 Action Spokes Council Washington Square Park

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Sunday

10:30am-1pm S17 Action Prep Foley Square 10:30am-1pm Legal Training Foley Square 10:00am-1pm S17 Action Prep, Housing Space Brooklyn 10:00am-1pm Legal Training Washington Sq Park 6-7pm S17 Action Orientation and Prep 8-10pm S17 Action Spokes Council TBD

s17nyc.org | interoccupy.net | @s17nyc | #s17ows | #occupy Text @s17nyc to 23559 to get mobile alerts National Lawyers Guild Hotline 212-679-6018 OWS Jail Support 774-2JS-4OWS, ows.js.voice@gmail.com

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On September 17, we will occupy Wall Street with non-violent civil disobedience and flood the area around it with a roving carnival of resistance. After assembling in parks throughout the Financial District CITY HALL at 7am, we will converge on the Stock Exchange at 7:30am and surround access to it with the People’s Wall sit-in. We will then fill the Financial District with 99 Revolutions, a swirl of mobile occupations of corporate lobbies and intersections. At 10am, the Eco Cluster will gather at SPR UC Bowling Green to Storm WallEStreet and demand it stop bankrolling climate change. At 11am, we will hold a Spokescouncil to assess the day, and decide on our E BE next steps through direct democratic process. KMA After a period of downtime N spontaneous actions, we will conclude and the day at 6pm by holding a Popular Assembly at Foley Square and marching to Liberty Plaza for a final celebration.
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Woah! There’s a lot of information here. Don’t worry. We’ll walk you through it.
1. Look at the New York Stock
Exchange (NYSE). It’s the black square in the center of the map. One of the morning actions called “The People’s Wall” happens near here.

99% ZONE
1. Fidelity Investments 61 Broadway 2. Chase Branch 80 Broadway 3. Bank of New York Mellon 1 Wall Street

4. TD Ameritrade Branch 100 Broadway 5. Citibank Branch 120 Broadway 6. HSBC Branch 120 Broadway 7. Wells Fargo Advisors 1 Liberty Plaza 13. Federal Reserve Bank 33 Liberty St 14 . Citibank Branch 100 William St. 15 .HSBC Branch 110 William St. 16. Chartis Insurance 175 Wall St. 24. Citibank Offices & Branch 111 Wall St. 25. Emblem Health 77 Water St. 26. Chase Branch 55 Water St.

8 .Bank of America Branch 150 Broadway 9. Capital One Bank Branch 174 Broadway 10. Chase Branch 222 Broadway

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Education, Debt, Eco, 99%. These zones are important for the morning action called “99 Revolutions.” There is an Assembly Point (marked with a heart) in each zone where you can get information in the morning before starting an action.

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11. Brown Brothers Harriman 140 Broadway 12. Chase Manhattan Plaza

17. Chase Branch 155 Water St. 18. AIG (offices) 180 Maiden Lane 19. Wall Street Plaza (QBE Insurance) 88 Pine St. 20. AIG (HQ) 70 Pine St. 27. Standard & Poors 55 Water St. 28. JPMorgan Chase 1 New York Plaza 29. Jane Street Capital 1 New York Plaza

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4. Look at the little circles with numbers in them. The dots mark corporations with strong ties to Wall Street. You’re welcome to let these corporate targets know how you feel about them commodifying public life, profiting off pollution, crashing the economy, investing in injustice, gambling with your money, and buying your elections.

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21. Chase Branch 45 Wall St. 22. Deutsche Bank (US HQ) 60 Wall St. 23. TD Ameritrade Branch 99 Wall St.

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We highly recommend you attend a training to receive information to learn about direct action, Know Your Rights, and practice action scenarios!

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30. Fitch Ratings 1 State St. 31. Partnership for New York City 1 Battery Place

32. US Bankrupcy Court 1 Bowling Green 33. Metropolitan Transportation Agency 2 Broadway 34 . Bank of America Branch 29 Broadway

35. NYC Corrections Department 17 Battery Pl. 36. Ritz-Carlton Hotel 2 West St.

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