From local, to state to federal you will be able to connect with someone who has been there, done that. Our podcast and website are just the beginning. Whistleblowers have written books to share their own experiences and to help others navigate being a whistleblower. There are news articles and broadcasts both televised and on the radio that feature whistleblowers and their stories and many whistleblowers are on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Staying connected and networking is one of the most valuable resources there is so check them out, you'll quickly see that you are not alone.  There are many brave people out there just trying to do the right thing. 

Whistleblowing can take a toll. If you are having difficulty coping, please contact the Crisis Hotline

Call: 1-800-273-8255 or Text HOME to 741741

or contact Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (click link)

or Call:1-800-622-4357




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Standing on Principal: by Frank Vetro  @FrankVetro

Head on over to Amazon by clicking on the book and get yourself a copy of Standing on Principal.  It will tell you all about the whistleblowing journey of Frank Vetro as he took on the Hampton Bay School District in New York to protect his students. Frank's story is also featured in the documentary Whistleblowers.

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The Definitive Dossier on PTSD in Whistleblowers: by Michael Volpe  @mikevolpe


A unique look at how the trama whistleblowing creates impacts the whistleblower. From historical figures like Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis to this centuries Frank Serpico you will find yourself intrigued by the

way Volpe brings their stories to life. It's an eye-opening read that you don't want to miss as it delves into the mind and actions of a whistleblower. Click on the book cover for more information.

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Bravery, Bullies, & Blowhards: Lessons Learned in a Montana Classroom: by Lorna Stremcha


Written by a whistleblower for whistleblowers and anyone dealing with workplace bullying. This book offers insight into what the author learned on her journey and can help you to understand workplace abuse, the impact it has on you and the steps that you can take to stop it. Click on the book cover for more information.

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What Every Target of Workplace Bullying Needs to Know... by Anton Hout & Contributors


Whistleblowers are no stranger to being bullied.  This book shows you what to do about it.  It includes topics such as: What to do if you are being bullied now, How to save your career, health & sanity, and How to move on and be bully-proof yourself. It is a straight forward truthful approach to the topic.  Click on the book cover for more information.


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