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Changing America’s lunchroom culture: Q&A with Andrea Chen on the Healthy School Food Collaborative

Nonprofit organization Propeller: A Force for Social Innovation recently published its executive summary after a 10-year coordinated research and intervention initiative to improve healthy food access and consumption for kids in New Orleans public schools. The Healthy School Food Collaborative (HSFC), in partnership with Propeller and supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and others, increased healthy food access and nutritional quality of meals. Through its research, HSFC uncovered some critical factors in school policies and practices to help transform students’ healthy food consumption at school. Emmy Kegler met with Andrea Chen, chief executive officer of Propeller, to talk about nutrition

Ryan the Lion delights young Detroit readers

“Read, Write, Roar!” is a literacy educational program by Detroit Public Television to help students build literacy skills through word-building lessons, read-alouds, writing exercises, exploring informational text and more.

The healing power of story

Fifteen women shared memories of racialized experiences with a standing-room-only crowd during Chicago’s National Day of Racial Healing 2019.

The healing power of remembering

On the 2019 National Day of Racial Healing, children, teens and elders boarded a bus in Selma and journeyed together into this shared past.

Collective leadership and action today

Paul Martinez, chief leadership and human capital strategist, talks about leadership as a social process, the meaning of collective leadership, the mental weight leaders carry, and how all of this relates to the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Global Fellows Network.

WKKF fellows seeding change around the world

The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) Global Fellows Network is a collective that spans more than 40 countries and more than 1,100 people – all graduates of WKKF fellowship programs, past or present.

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