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ADVISORY: Whistleblower Summit Hosts Advanced Screening of Documentary “Frank Serpico”

July 24, 2017
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WASHINGTON, DC – The Make It Safe Coalition’s (MISC) annual Whistleblower Summit for Civil and Human Rights is hosting a special advanced screening of the whistleblower film “Frank Serpico” at Busboys and Poets Brookland location on July 27th from 6-10 PM. The 2017 documentary is set to debut in November and captures the heroic story of Francesco “Frank” Serpico, a New York City Police Department Officer who exposed corruption in the department.

The documentary, directed by Antonino D'Ambrosio, will follow a book signing by prominent whistleblowers including Sharyl Attkisson and Bradley Birkenfeld. The screening and book signing are just two aspects of this year’s MISC summit, which gives whistleblowers, advocates, conference attendees, and the general public an opportunity to promote camaraderie and build broad community support.

WHO: Authors attending include:

Sharyl Attkisson, “SMEAR”—How Shady Political Operatives and Fake News Control What You See, What You Think and How You Vote

Bradley Birkenfeld, “Lucifer’s Banker”—The Untold Story Of How I Destroyed Swiss Bank Secrecy

Stephen Kohn, The New Whistleblower’s Handbook—A Step-by-Step Guide to Doing What’s Right and Protecting Yourself

Tom Devine, The Whistleblowers Survival Guide—A Handbook for Committing the Truth

Michael McCray and Marcel Reid, ACORN 8: Race, Power & Politics—Memoirs of an ACORN Whistleblower

Andrew Kreig, “Presidential Puppetry” (2nd Edition)

WHEN: July 27, 6-10 PM

WHERE: Busboys and Poets, Brookland location

               625 Monroe Street NE, Washington, DC, 20017

 

Contact: Alice Newberry, GAP Program Associate
Phone: 202.457.0034, ext. 162
Email: alicen@whistleblower.org

Government Accountability Project

The Government Accountability Project is the nation's leading whistleblower protection organization. Through litigating whistleblower cases, publicizing concerns and developing legal reforms, GAP's mission is to protect the public interest by promoting government and corporate accountability. Founded in 1977, GAP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C.

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