LeadershipRacial Equity

Improving children’s lives begins with racial equity and racial healing

Photo credit: John Cairns, Kellogg College at the University of Oxford

On June 23, La June Montgomery Tabron, W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s president and CEO, delivered the annual Bynum Tudor lecture at the Kellogg College at the University of Oxford.

“The core of our work is to pursue racial equity so that all children have opportunities,” said Tabron. “In order for there to be racial equity in the world, there needs to be racial healing.”

During her lecture, La June highlighted WKKF’s Racial Equity 2030, which will award $90 million to organizations that invite, build and scale ideas for transformative change in the social, economic and political systems and institutions that uphold inequities.

Check out her lecture in its entirety:



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