A Protocol for engaging, sustaining and deepening dialogue about race, and an essential tool for effectively examining organizational culture and addressing racial disparities.


PEG University supports partners, clients, and unaffiliated groups and individuals to expand their racial equity effectiveness through face-to-face and virtual online professional learning.

Educational Partnerships

Delivering high–quality, comprehensive support for public and independent schools, higher education, corporations, municipal governments and non-government organizations.

PreK–12 District Programming

PEG recognizes that in order for racial equity in education to truly be achieved and sustained, the entire system must be transformed.


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Who We Are

Our Belief

Systemic racism is the most devastating factor contributing to the diminished capacity of all children, especially children of color and American Indian children, to achieve at the highest levels, and contributes to the fracturing of the communities that nurture
and support them.

Why Race?

Why Explore Race? Race matters – in society and in our schools. It is critical for educators to address racial issues in order to uncover personal and institutional biases that prevent students of color and American Indian students from reaching their fullest potential...

Our Purpose

PEG partners with educational systems to transform them into racially conscious and socially just environments that nurture the spirit and infinite potential of all learners, especially students of color, American Indian students and their families.


PEG has been an invaluable partner . . . in providing support to make transformational change that is felt in our classrooms, in our policy making and in our instructional and business practices.”


Carole Smith


Portland Public Schools, Portland, OR


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PEG has provided me with the wherewithal to now be a powerful advocate who is informed, has a racial voice, and can persist even in the face of adversity.”


Sam Oertwig, EdD

Director of School Implementation


FPG Child Development Institute

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC


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Through our intensive work with PEG, Adams 14 is able to effectively implement the much-needed transformation of our current structure to create systemic and sustainable change for all students.”


Dr. Kandy Steel

Deputy Superintendent

Adams County School District 14, Commerce City, CO


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As a mother of multi-racial children, I applaud the work PEG has done with school(s) systems. It is a testament to their dedication to the well-being of children from diverse backgrounds.”


Alycia S. Smith, Parent

Greenville, NC


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"The training, love and support from PEG has changed me as a person and leader in seeking anti-racist transformation in my classroom, my school, and my district.”


UnSuk Zucker

Former Classroom Teacher & Certified PEG Affiliate

Cherry Creek School District, Aurora, CO


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The partnership with PEG has been invaluable to our system-wide efforts to bring about transformation of practices, policies, and procedures that are perpetuating disparate racial outcomes.”


Dr. Lisa Williams

Director of Equity & Cultural Proficiency

Baltimore County Public Schools, Baltimore, MD


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COURAGEOUS CONVERSATION has helped me to find my voice as a leader for equity and organizational change.”


Marcus Campbell

Assistant Superintendent/Principal

Evanston Township High School, Evanston, IL