Stacy M. Brown of the Pocono Record featured Jane Gagliardo’s fight for workplace rights, which is the basis for Call To Witness, in a wonderful news article that has been posted on the paper’s Website. You can read the article here→ Many thanks to Stacy and the Pocono Record for this news article.
A message from Jane Gagliardo
It happened when I had to pick up my sneakers from a shop on Main Street in Stroudsburg. The owner and I started talking. She told me that she wasn’t going to have a booking signing, although she had promised to do so. The pharmaceutical company that I took to court for the injustice done to me was once again impacting my life.
We are thrilled to announce the release date for Call to Witness is May 1, 2013.
Stop back for more updates and announcements as we get closer to the release date.
Thank you, Sherry Blackman.
St. Michael and Lucifer, the name of the sculpture on the front cover, was photographed at the The Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum, a non-profit organization founded around the work of American sculptor Charles Umlauf, in Austin, Texas. The sculpture depicts Umlauf’s vision of good triumphing over evil, of justice prevailing. Umlauf purposely gave Lucifer, or Evil, a young, attractive face to show school children how appealing evil can be.
Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum is dedicated to providing educational experiences that encourage the understanding and appreciation of sculpture. The accessible sculptures are coated in wax so that anyone with any disability might be able to “see” them with their hands, if need be.
The author would like to thank the staff of Umlauf for their willingness to have one of their sculptures featured on the cover of this book and their excitement to be recognized for their mission for all, regardless of disability, to enjoy the power of Umlauf’s work