Cindy Squillace

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Cindy Squillace holds flag in 2012



Cindy Squillace was Student Assistance Program Counselor at Syracuse Institute of Technology at Central (ITC) High School before her retirement in June 2017.

Her brother is Randy Squillace.

Syracuse Peace Council

Cindy Squillace is associated with the Syracuse Peace Council[1] as well as the Syracuse Cultural Workers.[2]

Praise for Cindy Squillace

Andy Mager tweets about "dear friend" Cindy Squillace

Andy Mager tweeted about his "dear friend" Cindy Squillace.[3]

SAP Counselor Appears in local news report

Cindy Squillace, Student Assistance Program Counselor October 11, 2016 appeared on WCNY’s "Insight" to discuss "Why Central New York has the most segregated school district borders in the state."[4]

"We’re proud to say that Cindy Squillace, our Student Assistance Program Counselor at Syracuse Institute of Technology at Central (ITC) High School, was invited to be a guest panelist on WCNY TV’s "Insight" program that aired Oct. 7. The topic:
"As a SAP counselor at ITC, Cindy has a unique perspective on this topic because she’s heavily involved in the Teen Institute program that involves diverse students from multiple school districts. Learn more about how Cindy and our other SAP counselors are actively involved in school life."

Beneficiaries of white privilege must speak out against racism

Beneficiaries of white privilege must speak out against racism

Cindy Squillace signed a letter titled Beneficiaries of white privilege must speak out against racism, which was published by Syracuse.com on October 4, 2016.[5]

Letter

"To the Editor:
"This letter is from people who benefit from white privilege in Syracuse and Central New York. We are strongly opposed to the pervasive white supremacy and racism in our society that allow the commonplace murders of African-American men, women and children by police officers. "Serve and protect" has too often become "intimidate and shoot." Overwhelmingly, people of color in the U.S. fear and mistrust police and a judicial system that is stacked against them.
"The commercial media frequently suggests that it is only people of color who oppose these injustices. We want to make it absolutely clear that the undersigned and millions of other white Americans stand with the Black Lives Matter movement and protest-actions by others in Central New York and across the United States.
"We specifically support the recent protests by athletes at Nottingham and Jamesville-DeWitt high schools. Acting against injustice is always difficult, and these young people are to be applauded for representing the values our country is supposed to stand for.
"We urge white people to step outside the comfort of white privilege and, for example, try to imagine how it feels to be a parent explaining to your 10-year old son the special police rules he must understand and follow if he is to survive.
"Keith L. Scott was murdered Sept. 20, 2016 in Charlotte N.C., while waiting to pick up his child at a bus stop. A few days earlier, a man with his hands raised was murdered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a few days before that, a teenager carrying a BB gun was murdered in Columbus, Ohio. All were African-Americans, all were murdered by police.
"This epidemic of "legal" killings reflects a resurgence of white supremacist attitudes that must be addressed by all fair-minded white people. We urge you to speak and act against racism in your daily lives.
"We want justice now!

Grand Marshall at the Syracuse Pride Parade

Cindy Squillace served as Grand Marshall at the Syracuse Pride Parade in 2012. From Facebook:"My honor and privilege 5 years ago to be Grand Marshall at the Syracuse Pride Parade representing all the adult Allies supporters LGBTQ youth!"[6]

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