This must be seen—I feel pain for Terrylene Sacchetti! I am with her all the way!
Be educated on Gallaudet University’s Clery Act report. Say No to Dr. Cordano’s selection of current Vice President of Student Affairs & Community Engagement! Dr. Cordano’s current selected leader allowed this clery act report to be this dangerous! Safety and well being of Gallaudet students comes first! Demand for a leader with integrity, compassion and sincere concern for all students! A truly caring leader approved by the community with formal interview process. Deaf stakeholders make a stand! Gallaudet Board, make a stand!
Transcript close to interpretation: Please listen and share this post to raise awareness in our beloved community. I lost my lovely boy, Gio Manganelli, under the leadership of this individual whom Dr. Cordano GU president, has appointed as a Vice President of Student Affairs and Community Engagement without the support of the campus community. GU deserves a change of leadership NOW for the sake of student’s safety and well being. Please check out for yourself by googling “Gallaudet University + Clery Act”. Now, as you read this, think critically about this question: What is being terribly reported there every year in addition to many campus in incidents that went unreported under leadership of this selected individual?
To educate yourself further, compare GU’s Clery Act report with other similarly sized universities in our country. The Clery Act report tells you the truth about GU’s unstable program and its services. It also tells a true story of the current administration’s ineffective leadership. For example, read a copy of this selected individual’s perfunctory guideline/policy on staff procedures and training related to campus safety, and be afraid! BE SMART!! PROTECT YOUR CHILD, or change the leadership. Better yet, do both!!! If you want to do more, I earnestly ask you to kneel and take a picture with this hashtag #IkneelwithGioandGallyStudents or #Ikneelwithgallystudents
Today and on Tuesday October 3, 2017, from 12:30 to 1:50 p.m, community campus is in the house named after an African-American Deaf man, Andrew Foster Auditorium, please stand up and emphatically say, “No” to Dr. Cordano’s VP choice. Yesterday’s announcement of Vice President selection was exactly the day of my son’s passing three and half years ago. It is in this selected leadership that allowed the Clery act report to be in this dangerous condition for Gally students. Do not be bought by the administration’s “ice cream” racism and “power-boxed” lunch freebies!
Demand for a leader with integrity, compassion, and sincere concern for all students — a truly caring leader approved by the community with formal interview process! Your demand will ensure equity, diversity and inclusion, enough with the “old boys club” leadership and privileges!!
I am Gio’s mom. I kneel with Gio for the safety and well being of all Gallaudet students. In Gallaudet’s hands, I lost my son. I pray with all my heart that you DON’T LOSE YOURS! I want to see this university become beautiful who truly care for students safety and well being. Do something. Thank you for letting me part this with you. Please share and forward this post. I invite you to earnestly watchful on Gallaudet’s Clery Act report each year. I call onto Gallaudet Board to rise up and do something. Look and care for your program and its service. Watch for the quality services.
For you who work at Gallaudet university, do you care? You have an accountability to be excellent, be extraordinary, be amazing. Don’t let students be the position of having to fend for themselves. Make a stand! Until we stand together on this matter, we will finally change and flourish our Deaf community. This is what my son, Gio stood for.