Copyright 2007 National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc.
    Sounding
    A New Call
    To Public Service
    As the price of liberty is eternal vigilance,
    "let us therefore brace ourselves to our
    duties, and so bear ourselves that if we as a
    people last for a thousand years, people will
    still say, This was their finest hour."
*Please Note:  Invitation Required
Welcoming Reception*
Friday - August 10, 2007
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Marriott Houston Medical Center
6580 Fannin Street
Houston, TX
713.796.0080
Our reception invitees from the public sector, academia, and
good government advocacy groups include:
SENATOR JOHN CORNYN (Staff Rep)
Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (Staff Rep)
REP. LOUIE GOHMERT
Rep. Ted Poe
REP. SAM JOHNSON
Rep. Ralph Hall
REP. JEB HENSARLING
Rep. Joe Barton
REP. KEVIN BRADY
Rep. Al Green
REP. MIKE CONAWAY
Rep. Kay Granger
REP. MAC THORNBERRY
Rep. Ron Paul (Staff Rep)
REP. RUBEN HINOJOSA
Rep. Silvestre Reyes
REP. CHET EDWARDS
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee
REP. RANDY NEUGEBAUER
Rep. Charles A. Gonzalez
REP. LAMAR SMITH
Rep. Nick Lampson
REP. CIRO D. RODRIGUEZ
Rep. Michael C. Burgess
REP.SOLOMON P. ORTIZ
Rep. Henry Cuellar
REP. GENE GREEN
Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson
REP. JOHN CARTER
Rep. Pete Sessions (Staff Rep)
TEX. STATE SENATOR RODNEY ELLIS
Tex. State Rep. Sylvester Turner
TEX. STATE REP. CRAIG EILAND
Tex. State Rep. Robby Cook
TEX. STATE REP. VERONICA
GONZALES
Tex. State Rep. Juan M. Escobar
TEX. STATE REP. ALLEN VAUGHT
Tex. State Rep. Ana Harnandez
    cont.
National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc.
is proud to have as its distinguished commentator for this
event:
Matthew F. Fogg,
U. S. Marshal (INA), whose epic
journey through the dangerous
"blue wall of silence" culminated
with a $4 million dollar jury
award on his discrimination
claim against the U. S. Marshals'
department.  The presiding
federal judge determined on July
1, 1999 that "(t)he jury obviously inferred from the
evidence of the endemic atmosphere of racial
disharmony and mistrust within the United States
Marshals Service that all explanations were suspect, and
that occult racism was more likely the reason than any
other for Fogg's misadventures in the Marshals Service
hierarchy."  Mr. Fogg contends that "internal bias leads to
external bias through the war on drugs, racial profiling,
supposedly justifiable homocides, police brutality, the
death penalty, and prison networks."

Today, Mr. Fogg is an International EEO/Diversity
Consultant; co-chairman of the No FEAR Coalition which
monitors implementation of the Notification of Federal
Employees Anti-Discrimination and Retaliation (No
FEAR) Act of 2002 in the federal sector; Executive Director
of CARCLE (Congress Against Racism and Corruption in
Law Enforcement); EEO Director for Federally Employed
Women’s Legal & Education Fund; Executive Director of
RAMEA (Redstone Area Minority Employees Association);
a member of the National Organization of Black Law
Enforcement Executives; and recently served as National
1st Vice President with Blacks In Government (BIG) as
well as on the Board of Directors for Amnesty
International USA.

    TEX. STATE REP. DEBBIE RIDDLE
    Tex. State Rep. Harold Dutton
    TEX. STATE REP. JESSICA FARRAR
    TEXANS AGAINST PRISON ABUSE
    Restorative Justice Ministry Net..of N Amer.
    TEX. INMATE FAMILIES ASSN.
    Prison and Jail Accountability Project
    ACLU OF TEXAS, HOUSTON CHAPTER
    Texas Coalition to Abolish Death Penalty
    LAMP OF HOPE PROJECT
    Black Law Students Assn. So. Tex Coll of Law
    TEXAS CRIMINAL JUSTICE COALITION
    Texas C U R E
    Child Advocates Inc.
    ADVOCACY INC.
    Texans Care for Children
    TEXAS ALLIANCE FOR HUMAN NEEDS
    Texas Public Interest Research Group
    TEXAS CASA
    Greater Texas Community Partners
    CITIZENS AGAINST LAWSUIT ABUSE
    Texas Civil Justice League
    THE JUSTICE FOUNDATION
    Citizens against Lawsuit Abuse of Cent Texas
    East Texans against Lawsuit Abuse
    JUVENILE CORRECTION ISSUES
    Victim Services
    TEXAS YOUTH COMMISSION
    Wall Builders
    AMERICAN REFORM PARTY OF TEXAS
    Libertarian Party of Texas
    CONSTITUTIONAL FREEDOM FOUNDATION
    Texas Public Policy Foundation
    ABOUT LEGAL REFORM NOW - TEX
    Amnesty International U S A (Texas)
    FEDERALIST SOCIETY- HOUSTON
    Federalist Society Houston Lawyers Chap.
    SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER

    cont.

    Texans For Public Justice
    CONSTITUTION SOCIETY
    Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Assoc.
    INITIATIVE FOR TEXAS
    Texas Assn. for Justice and Legal Reform
    Austin Black Lawyers Assn.
    TEXAN'S RIGHTS
    S. E. Texas Christian Home Schoolers
    TEXAS FATHERS FOR EQUAL RIGHTS
    Constitution Party of Texas
    HUMAN RIGHTS LAW SOCIETY
    We the People for Independent Texas
    WE THE PEOPLE COALITION- TEXAS
    Join Hands for Justice
    PRISONER ACTIVISTS
    South Texas College of Law
    UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON LAW CENTER
    Litigation Skills Dept
    PEOPLE'S LAWYER PROGRAM
    Clinical Programs
    UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS LAW SCHOOL
    Tex Access to Justice Comm Intern Program
    JUVENILE SUPPORT NETWORK
    Public Interest Law Assn.
    THURGOOD MARSHALL SCHOOL OF LAW
    Legal Clinic
    CLINICAL STUDIES PROGRAM
    Clinical Instruction Program
    BAYLOR LAW SCHOOL
    S M U Dedman School of Law
    ST. MARY'S UNIV SCHOOL OF LAW
    Texas Tech Univ. School of Law
    TEXAS WESLEYAN UNIV SCHOOL OF LAW
    Texas Area Kiwanis Clubs
    TEXAS AREA ROTARY CLUBS
    Blacks In Government (Houston Chapter)
    WEST TEXAS BEAT
    The Tel-SECA Campaign
    TEXAS ACORN
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