Corruption in Advocacy Organizations Pt. 3: Advocates Speak

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Tune in to part three of "Corruption in Advocacy Organizations", as we talk with two justice advocates--Renee Walker and Tom Curtis, who learned first hand that many "advocacy organizations" do more "talking" than "walking" in support of their missions. Ms. Walker and Mr. Curtis, decided to take action, to solve problems in their communities--and not wait for "them" (the EEOC, politicians, a church, etc.) to do it. Learn how Ms. Walker --who is bringing community attention to local government authorities' abuse of innocent citizens, in Virginia--and Mr. Curtis,  a former civil servant in California --who is blogging on FaceBook to reveal white collar crimes committed by lawyers, judges and others connected with California Unions--are BEING the change they want to see, in the world. Call in to (760) 695-5601, with your questions and comments.


 
 

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