Frank Fitzpatrick
presented at the following events

no-longer - "UPCOMING ENGAGEMENTS"
RHODE ISLAND
November 7, 1999. Rhode Island College, Student Union Ballroom. As part of the local Rhode Island To Tell the Truth Event. Do not contact the college for info! For details, see our list of TTTT events at To Tell The Truth events
RECENT SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS
NEW YORK, ALBANY
On April 23, 1998, Frank spoke and sang some of his original music at the Albany County - Take Back The Night. Following the speakout was a 2 mile march through the streets of Albany. The sponsor was the Albany County Rape Crisis Center at 518-447-7100.

NEW YORK, LOUDONVILLE
At Siena College, Frank spoke and sang at the campus Take Back The Night on April 28, 1998, and participated in the march.
MASSACHUSETTS, BOSTON
On October 3 or 4, 1998, Frank Fitzpatrick will be a keynote speaker (and sing some of his original music) at the Fourth International Conference on Sexual Misconduct by Psychotherapists, Other Health Care Professionals and Clergy. The theme is Prevention and Treatment of Boundary Violations by Professionals: What We Have Learned; Strategies for the Future. Hosted by the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. Other speakers confirmed to date: Reverend Marie Fortune, Glen O. Gabbard, M.D., Gary R. Schoener. For a program brochure or registration information, contact Ms. Diana Nugent by phone at 617-266-0953; by fax at 617-266-3466; or by E-mail at NugentBPSI@aol.com.

RHODE ISLAND, PROVIDENCE
November 8, 1998. Frank will briefly speak and sing an activist song or two at the RI To Tell The Truth conference to be held at Rhode Island College. This is sponsored by Survivor Connections, Inc., a non-profit founded by Frank and his wife, Sara.Phone 401-941-2548.

ALABAMA, HAMILTON
Wednesday, April 7, 1999. Frank will be the opening keynote speaker and music performer, and later present two sequential workshops at a one-day conference sponsored by Northwest Alabama Mental Health. For survivors and mental health professionals. CEUs available. Anticipated charge is $5 to $10. Northwest Alabama Mental Health, 409 1st St SE, Hamilton, AL 35570-4719. Contact Woodfin Gregg at 205-921-2186 for details. Email him at dragon@sonet.net.

BOOKING
Frank is available for other speaking engagements (combined with music performance of his unique survivor-activist songs) only on a limited basis for now. Colleges, conferences, symposiums, activist rallies, and survivor gatherings are appropriate settings.

Frank L. Fitzpatrick, a survivor activist
52 Lyndon Road
Cranston, RI 02905-1121
United States of America

Frank - biographical data . . . Quotes about Frank and his speeches
Excerpts from Frank's song lyrics . . . Frank vs Porter - brief chronology
SC pages index . . . SC's Survivor Proclamations
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