American Whistleblower Tour panel at Stanford


Stanford U photoStanford University hosted Kathryn Bolkovac and Rick Piltz for a series of talks as part of the Government Accountability Project’s American Whistleblower Tour. Bolkovac and Piltz spoke on April 22 at an event hosted by the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society and the Office for Religious Life at the university.

In the video, Whistleblower Tour Director Dana Gold and Dean for Religious Life Scotty McLennan present an introduction and overview, then Dana interviews Rick (at 16:40-37:45) and Kathy (at 38:00-54:40), followed by a question-and-answer period. The sound level on the video works best with headphones.

It was a pleasure and an honor to meet, work with, and learn from Kathy Bolkovac, whose courageous and extraordinary story are the subject of her memoir, The Whistleblower: Sex Trafficking, Military Contractors, and One Woman’s Fight for Justice, as well as the film Whistleblower, with Rachel Weisz.

Earlier posts:

Remarks at Stanford on the Obama administration and the role of scientists as citizens

Recalling a climate change whistleblower action nine years ago today

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