The Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C)

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The Coalition For Change, Inc. (C4C)

“For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works,
which God prepared in advance for us to do.”
    Ephesians 2:10

The Coalition for Change, Inc. (C4C) is a proactive non-profit organization comprised of former and present employees who have been injured or ill-treated due to Federal workplace discrimination and/or reprisal.

To address race discrimination in the federal government thereby improving the administration of public goods and services; and to provide informational and spiritual support for public servants who expose civil rights violations.

The C4C aims to be a proactive volunteer organization that provides spiritual,informational and advocacy support to Federal employees, particularly Black-American employees, who bravely report civil rights violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.   {Title VII prohibits employment discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex and national origin.} 

The C4C recognizes that effective diversity management reduces taxpayer costs, strengthens our national security, and improves the quality of goods and services the Federal government provides to the public. It is our philosophy that effective diversity management improves employee satisfaction and productivity. We view workforce diversity as an important advantage that allows organizations access to a variety of people and skills to successfully meet its’ business needs; and to improve the quality of life for U.S. citizens.

To uphold the public trust while providing support for our members; to promote managerial accountability in the form of discipline for proven discriminatory offenses; To resolve workforce conflicts at the earliest interval during the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Process;to foster the fair treatment and career advancement of employees, in particular Black-Americans who are disproportionately under-represented among the ranks of supervisors and managers; and who remain below the average government General Schedule pay grade (EEOC, 2007)