Media & Press

ADCOLOR Nominates Stellar Creative Industries Partnership

ADCOLOR Nominates Stellar Creative Industries Partnership

For Immediate Release Contact: Kevin Cartwright Phone: (410) 971-2278 San Francisco, CA, July 3, 2017 – Glenn Singleton, Founder and President of Pacific Educational Group (PEG), announced today that their collaboration with Wieden + Kennedy (W+K) on racial equity,...

Diversity Consultant Talks About His Plan to Change CMS

Diversity Consultant Talks About His Plan to Change CMS

WBTV reported on the work Pacific Educational Group was doing in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg school (CMS) district. PEG Founder Glenn Singleton said before CMS could begin tackling the achievement gap between black and white students, the system would first have to have...

Donald Trump Has Unleashed a New Wave of Bullying in Schools

Donald Trump Has Unleashed a New Wave of Bullying in Schools

On November 7, The Nation reported on the surge in bullying among students of all ages in the United States ever since Donald Trump started his presidential campaign. PEG Founder Glenn Singleton was asked to comment on the Trump Effect, a phrase coined by the Southern...

An Effective but Exhausting Alternative to High-School Suspensions

An Effective but Exhausting Alternative to High-School Suspensions

On September 7, the New York Times opened up a discussion about the failure of traditional forms of school discipline and how progressive educators have been finding increasing support for their efforts to use alternatives to suspensions, which are ineffective,...

World Needs Courageous Conversations About Race

World Needs Courageous Conversations About Race

On March 21, PEG Founder Glenn Singleton penned an op-ed for the New Zealand Herald as he reflected on New Zealand's quest for racial equity. The op-ed was published for the opening of Unitech's Courageous Conversations Institute in Auckland.

Unitec Creates New Space for ‘Courageous Conversation’

Unitec Creates New Space for ‘Courageous Conversation’

On March 18, Scoop Independent News reported on the opening of the Institute for Courageous Conversation about Race at Unitec in New Zealand. Unitec has been using the Courageous Conversation protocol to build its own capability for meeting the needs of its diverse...

America in Black and White: Looking Ahead

America in Black and White: Looking Ahead

On January 31, the BBC took a look at how black Americans are represented and what it means to be black in America today. The reporter traveled around the country to talk to leaders involved in politics, culture and activism about race. In Baltimore, the...

How to Start a Bigger Conversation on Race

How to Start a Bigger Conversation on Race

On January 18, KARE 11's "Breaking the News" show featured a story about race in Minnesota. A reporter sat down with PEG Founder Glenn Singleton to talk about the work Pacific Educational Group is doing throughout the country. "Race is the elephant in our society,"...

Can Racism Be Stopped in the Third Grade?

Can Racism Be Stopped in the Third Grade?

On May 19, New York Magazine reported on Fieldston Lower School in New York City, which was performing an experiment with its 8-year-old students to teach a lesson about race. The school experiment was being done in the name of racial equity, offering a pioneering new...