Tribunals and conferences, such as the Whistleblower Week in Washington, that search into the soul of our body politic are not one day affairs.
These events become etched into the fabric of history because of what those who participate in them do before they expose corruption and discrimination in our government and hospitals and what they do after they return home.
From the desk of Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy
Convenor, Whistleblowers Week in Washington 2008
Chairman, Board of Directors, the No FEAR Institute
It is our hope and expectation that those of us that have the courage to speak truth to power in our nationís capital and those of us who support the
courageous individuals that will testify and convene workshops during W3 Ė will make an indelible mark in history.

We are determined to make the 2nd anniversary of W3 and the 6th anniversary of the passage of the No FEAR Act (the first civil rights law of the 21st century) a moment in history, renowned for what this generation will have done to bring about changes to produce justice, equality and peace.

Be sure to contact your representatives and urge them to support critical legislation, such as the Congressional Disclosures Protection Act (HR 4650), the US Civil Rights Tax Relief Act (H.R.1540) Amendments to The Health Care Quality Improvement Act (HCQIA) of 1986 and No FEAR II.

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Last year, over forty courageous individuals testified before a panel composed of Members of Congress and prominent civil and human rights activist. A transcript of the testimonies will be presented to Congress.

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The Walter E. Fauntroy No FEAR Institute Awards Reception will take place on May 14, 2008 (TBA) from 6-8PM as apart of the Whistleblower Week in Washington (W3) programs on Capitol Hill ( please see website below).

The program will honor one of the intellectual geniuses of the civil rights movement and the strategic and moral force behind the No FEAR movement. Awards will be presented to individuals and organizations that have shown courage in the face of institutional or governmental retaliation, harassment or abuse.

The No FEAR Institute is a 501 (c3) IRS certified tax exempt organization. The Institute is committed to educating the public about discrimination in the federal sector and how intolerance and retaliation against whistleblowers (truth-tellers) in the federal sector threatens public health and safety. The Institute is also committed to the continuation of Dr. Martin Luther King Jrís beloved community.

The Walter E. Fauntroy No FEAR Institute Awards reception is named after the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Rev. Walter E. Fauntroy, a close confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., author of numerous articles, recipient of scores of awards. Rev. Fauntroy represented the District of Columbia in the US House of Representatives for twenty years.

Members of Congress, Presidential Candidates and celebrities will be invited to this event. Recommended donation: $45.00 (food and beverage will be served)
Walter E. Fauntroy
No FEAR Institute Awards Reception
Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
May 14, 2008
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