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THE C4C FEDERAL EXCHANGE

The Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C)


Vol. 3 / No. 2 (2016 February)
ISSN 2375-7086 (Online)

BLACK HISTORY MONTH


In honor of Black History Month The
Coalition For Change, Inc. C4C launches
the C4C Radio Network. The Network shall
serve as the vessel for broadcasting federal
workplace abuses and lifting our voices
against race discrimination in the Federal
government.

Domestic Threat 2016: State of Fear in the


Federal Workplace is a 12-part on-demand
radio broadcast series. The series alerts the
public of the haunting reality of retaliation
that plagues those who expose fraud, waste,
abuse and civil rights violations in the Federal
government workplace.
The podcast series is produced under the
Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C) Radio
Network. It will offer first hand insight from
victims of race discrimination, retaliation and
related civil rights whistleblowing activity.
Guest speakers, will consist of present and
former employees who have been victims of
workplace reprisal and who can speak to the
true conspiratorial workplace culture operating
in Federal departments including the U.S.
Department of Justice.

Lift every voice and sing;


until earth and heaven ring

James Weldon Johnson wrote "Lift Every


Voice and Sing" as a poem. School children
performed it the first time in celebration of
President Lincoln's Birthday on February 12,
1900. Johnson's brother set the poem to music.
The National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People (NAACP) adopted it as its
official song. It is one of the most cherished
songs of the African American Civil Rights
Movement and is often referred to as the Black
National Anthem. {Source - PBS Maryland
Public Television.}

The C4C Federal Exchange Newsletter

DOMESTIC THREAT 2016:


State of Fear in the Federal
Workplace

During episode one, Tanya Ward Jordan, the


President of the Coalition For Change, Inc.
(C4C) and the creator of Domestic Threat 2016
discusses the fear of retaliation in the federal
setting. During upcoming episodes, the
listening audience will hear from Veteran Karl
McDonald (Nuclear Regulatory Commission);
Veteran Paulette Taylor (Social Security
Administration); and Veteran David Grogan,
retired Supervisory Deputy U.S. Marshal.
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NEWS
In Case You Missed it . . .

U.S. Federal Government Lookup


https://www.federalpay.org/employees
Reinstate Basic Voting Rights Protections
http://action.dccc.org/page/s/reinstate-thevoting-rights-protections

AGRICULTURE
Broken Promises and Careers-Wrong-doing
and Corruption in the EEO Process by
Nadine Chatman Dec. 2015 CLICK HERE
Letter from Rep. Elijah Cummings to
Department of Agricultures Secretary
Thomas Vilsack CLICK HERE
Office of Inspector General March 2000
CLICK HERE

Lawsuit Process At A Glance


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URGENT ALERT:

VETERANS AFFAIRS
Whistleblower Disclosures Skyrocketed Last
Year, Driven by VA Employees. CLICK HERE
INTERIOR
Sexual Misconduct and Harassment
Uncovered in Grand Canyon River District
CLICK HERE
NATL GEOSPATIAL
INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
YOUTUBE -- CLICK HERE

EEOC Seeks Public Input on


Draft Proposed Enforcement
Guidance on Retaliation and
Related Issues
http://www.eeoc.gov//eeoc/newsroom/
release/1-21-16a.cfm

Due - February 24, 2016

Kellogg Foundation Leads Coalition to Launch


Truth, Racial Healing . . . in the U.S. CLICK
HERE
U.N. Experts Catalog a Seemingly Endless
List of Racial Discrimination in the U.S.
CLICK HERE
Maryland Circuit Court Judge Robert C. Nalley
ordered officer to administer an electrical
shock to a defendant. CLICK HERE.
The C4C Federal Exchange Newsletter

Black US Marshals Class Action


http://blkmarshalclassaction.blog.com

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The Coalition For Change, Inc.

Email: C4c@coalition4change.org
Addressing Racism and Reprisal in
the Federal Sector

Vol.3 / No. 2 (February 2016)

ISSN 2375-706X

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