June 11, 2019

Kellogg Fellow Launches Nation’s First Racial Equity-Oriented Financial Institution

Rende Progress Capital Targets Racial Wealth Gap with Loans to Entrepreneurs of Color

June 7, 2019

Southern African Kellogg Fellows Team Up to Address Challenges

KFLA Network Supports Children, Families and Communities

May 31, 2019

Latin American Kellogg Fellows Collaborate Closely for Common Good

KFLA Global Summit Sparks Many New Partnerships

April 23, 2019

Three Sisters Kitchen Nourishes Albuquerque’s Communities

Kellogg Fellow Sees Healthy Food Access as Basic Right

March 26, 2019

N.C. Congresswoman Alma Adams on Hunger and Closing the Gap

The Kellogg fellow is in her third term representing North Carolina 12th Congressional District

March 11, 2019

Kellogg Fellows Examining Equity through Food

How can issues of societal and racial equity be better understood through the lens of food?

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Innovation Blog

Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows

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Watch Darlyne Bailey (KNFP-13) share her story of racial healing and transformation.

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Watch Reggie Nichols' (KILP-02) story about racial healing and transformation.

Working with community leaders over the past decade, I have seen many praised for taking courageous stands against wrongdoing.
This week, news reports have suggested that Congressional Democrats are pushing ahead to take up immigration reform legislation...
tents in haitian refugee camps

I've just returned from a fact finding visit in Anse a Pitres. I am still processing what we saw. The people's voices ringing in my ears, their anguish weighing heavily on my heart. My eyes and my throat remember the dry graininess of the dust laden wind, I can still taste it's powdery saltiness on my tongue....

haiti camps as haitians leave dominican republic

I am here in Anse a Pitres. Road mostly unpaved so, hard to write. Witnessed much environmental devastation along the way. Passed by camps, horrific! Utter makeshift, reminiscent of first days after earthquake: sticks of wood and quilt like covers, pieced together remnants of cloth, cardboard--the kind of "cover" which we Haitians say can fool the sun but not the rain...

Dear Nancy (and Kellogg Fellows),

Thank you for getting us started on this conversation.

I am still working at my non-profit AgroFrontera in the Montecristi Province in the Dominican Republic and for the past 3 years our family has been operating a small dairy farm.

Kellogg Fellows' TED Talks

Check out this TED or TEDx talk by one of our fellows or view the full library.

Elizabeth Ü: Money's Many Shades of Green

Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?

To make room for more rat bastards like me

I am the son of a pipefitter and a substitute school teacher. I grew up in Inkster, Michigan, a predominantly black working class suburb of Detroit. My friends growing up were bookworms, athletes, bullies, and felons.