Gaba Fighting Racism with Racism at ACCC

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Dr. Barbara Gaba, President of ACCC, has doubled down on her demand for segregating employee meetings at her college.

Gaba sent an email to all Atlantic Cape Community College employees justifying separate, race-based meetings.

“Our intentions to offer a safe space for our employees of color, based on the survey results, may have been misunderstood”

Gaba: Fight Racism with Racism.

So-called ‘coaches’ will meet with Gaba’s cabinet, faculty and the college’s controversial Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committees.

Gaba wants more activities that support the college’s so-called ‘Equity Plan’.

Maria Mento of Ventnor is chairperson for the Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees. Ellen Nicholson Byrne of Sea Isle City is vice-chairperson. Daniel L. Money of Rio Grande is treasurer.

Gaba Doubles Down on Race-Based Meetings.

ACCC Board of Trustee members:

  1. Daniel L. Money ’72, Vice Chairperson
  2. Ellen Byrne, Esq., Chairperson
  3. Robert A. Previti ’73, Treasurer
  4. Flora Castillo
  5. Christina Clemans
  6. Dave Coskey
  7. Dr. Thomas Dawson
  8. Judith DeStefano
  9. Monica Kyle
  10. Donald Parker
  11. Maria Ivette Torres
  12. Julia Train ’22, Alumni Representative
  13. Leslie White-Coursey

Online Comment: What exactly is a safe space for employees of color? A place where they are “safe” from having to present ideas and persuade people of other races or ethnic backgrounds who may disagree with them?

2 thoughts on “Gaba Fighting Racism with Racism at ACCC”

  1. Dear Dr. Gaba ….. I am absolutely SHOCKED …. !!! …. that a supposedly
    educated woman such as yourself would advocate SEPARATION BASED ON RACISM…. !!! After all this country has been through … including the sacrifices made by Dr. Martin Luther King …. who’s daughter is stiil carrying his message of
    peace… !!! Shame on you … !!!

  2. Maria Mento of Ventnor is not the Chairperson of the ACCC board of trustees as of the date of this story. She declined re- appointment after approximately 16 years of donating her time several months prior to this story.

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