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Racial Healing and Racial Equity

2015 W.K. Kellogg Foundation Annual Report

For 2016, Let’s Revive the Passion for Racial Equity

A letter from La June Montgomery Tabron, President & CEO of W.K. Kellogg Foundation

At the crux of every effective democracy is an unvarnished justice system, where rulings and incarcerations are based on truth and facts, not skin color or status.

Evolution of a Vision

The Kellogg Foundation's Racial Equity Journey

The foundation's work in racial equity has become our DNA. So we've taken a concept, and we've actually been able to transform our entire organization around this concept.

Breaking Down Barriers

Key Steps in Transforming Our Approach to Racial Equity

Healing is an essential part of breaking down the barriers to race equity.

Healing Our Nation

Racial Healing, the Power of Narrative and Stories of Healing

Barrios Unidos

Providing a Place and Opportunity for Children to Feel Safe. More


New Communities at Cyprus Pond

A Place for Racial Healing in Southwest Georgia. More


Little Black Pearl

At the Intersection of Art and Education. More


Advancing the Conversation About Race

A Letter from Foundation Board Chair Bobby Moser

Today, the Kellogg Foundation maintains a strong focus on diversity, racial equity and inclusion in its organization and its programming.

More Information & Resources

Explore Additional Racial Equity Materials

Racial Equity Resource Guide

Racial Equity Resources at Your Fingertips. More


Financial Statements and Grants

Fiscal Year September 1, 2014 - August 31, 2015

For the fiscal year, the foundation maintained a consistent year-over-year level of cash distributions for charitable activities totaling $374 million, of this $327 million for grant payments and program related expenses.