Statement by PGIAA Regarding the Mass Shooting in Atlanta, Georgia

Statement by Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association (PGIAA) Regarding the Mass Shooting in Atlanta, Georgia on 17 March 2021 Earlier this week we witnessed a horrific targeted shooting in [...]

Breath and Identity: What White Institutions Fail to Understand, Including Our Own 

Breath and Identity:   What White Institutions Fail to Understand, Including Our Own  Dr. Leslie Shore Mythological Studies    Remember My Name in Africa, was Kossola. For George Floyd Whose [...]

A Statement from the Board of Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association

A Statement from the Board of Pacifica Graduate Institute Alumni Association    We as a cultural group of Africanist people have been in an intergenerational struggle for our lives that does not [...]

Pacifica Graduate Institute:  Statement on Addressing Systemic Racism

Pacifica Graduate Institute:  Statement on Addressing Systemic Racism At Pacifica Graduate Institute, we are deeply distressed and aggrieved by the senseless, on-going violence directed at black [...]

PGIAA President Harry Grammer – George Floyd Statement

PGIAA President Harry Grammer – George Floyd Statement “The death of George Floyd in the wake of the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Botham Jean and hundreds of recent others is [...]

Update from the President – COVID-19

Update from the President – COVID-19   Dear Pacifica Students, The last several weeks have been filled with growing anxiety with the disruptive impact of COVID-19 across the country. [...]

Letter from PGIAA Board President Elect – Charles Caldwell

Greetings Dear Alumni/ae, Today is summer solstice when the sun shines longest and the year reaches its apex. It reminds me of some lines from a lovely poem by e.e. cummings entitled I Thank You [...]