Racial Equity

Announcing the five global awardees for Racial Equity 2030

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“The dynamic and multi-layered work proposed by each of the awardees will change norms, address the root causes of racialized outcomes, and help create sustained conditions in which children, families and communities can thrive.”

La June Montgomery Tabron, president and CEO of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation

After receiving a tremendous response to our global call for game-changing, bold solutions as part of the Racial Equity 2030 Challenge, we are proud to announce the five awardees who will receive a combined $80 million over the next eight years.

Every day we’re reminded of the tremendous barriers placed in the paths of children and families by systems of inequity and hierarchy around the globe. These five awardees are tackling injustices at their roots and advancing racial equity with unique, imaginative and catalytic approaches – from transforming an education system to healing communities and empowering historically marginalized Indigenous people.

Transformative change takes time and sustained commitment. Racial Equity 2030 is a long-term investment in the future our children deserve – one filled with equitable opportunities that allow all children to live into their dreams.

Explore each of the awardees’ stories below and learn more at wkkf.org/re2030.

Here are the five awardees for the Racial Equity 2030 Challenge:

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