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LIVE PROGRAM SCHEDULE -

    SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM:  Friday - May 15, 2009
    @ 11:00 a.m. CDT (Chicago Time).  

    Join your host, Zena Crenshaw, in celebrating the first year
    anniversary of our Citizens'  Forum On Judicial Accountability
    and the recent release of its report with recommendations.  
    Hear and talk about the report -- what it says; what it means;
    and why it's tremendously important for preserving due
    process, equal protection, and the Rule of Law in America.

    To listen live, click on the blogtalkradio logo above at the
    scheduled date and time.
Some of the world's most prominent government
whistleblowers and human rights activists gathered during the
week of May 11-18, 2008 in Washington, D. C. to lobby Congress
and alert the public to the need to support whistleblower
protection.  Part of the momentous occasion was a historical,
Citizens' Forum On Judicial Accountability (CFOJA) which took
place on Capitol Hill, Thursday - May 15, 2008.

“Change of Venue” anchors an intense, multi-media, public
awareness campaign promoting the importance and practical
benefit of the CFOJA report to be completed and presented to
the 111th Congress by May 7, 2009.
Copyright 2008 National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc.
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