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

KFLA and its blog contributors are taking a break this week in order to to celebrate the 4th of July holiday.

As Stephen Ambrose noted in his 1997 book, courageous leaders, like Lewis and Clark, demonstrate Undaunted Courage in the face of unimagined adversity. How do they do that? They lead with purpose, passion, planning, and persistence.

‚”Serafina‚’s Stories deals with a lot of the history of the time and the relationship of the Spaniards and the American Indians,‚” says Rudolfo. His second new book, The Santero‚’s Miracle, is a bilingual children‚’s book that captures the tradition of New Mexico‚’s santeros‚, or carvers of saints. The story takes place at Christmas time, and portrays the magic of the season through the richness of Latino culture and traditions.

‚”Infinite growth in a finite environment is an absurdity,‚” writes John E. Carroll (KNFP-3), professor of Environmental Conservation at the University of New Hampshire, in his new book, Sustainability and Spirituality. John‚’s warning that modern society‚’s increasingly consumptive lifestyle cannot be sustained is indisputable. What is new to the discussion of sustainable lifestyles is John‚’s discovery that a number of spiritually based communities are modeling environmental sustainability.

Ann Cooper is a crusader for wholesome, nutritious food-both its production and preparation. She was one of the first 50 women to be certified as an executive chef by the educational arm of the American Culinary Federation.

In the early ‚’90s, photographer Tony Deifell was inspired to try to teach photography to blind students from a story about a blind photographer on public radio. After convincing a skeptical administrator, he volunteered his time in an after-school program with students at Governor Morehead School in South Carolina. Providing each with a point-and-shoot camera and some tips on composition‚, making sure the sun was behind them, holding the camera level, not cutting off anyone‚’s head‚, he sent the students out to take pictures.

The church is widely viewed as the single strongest institution in the African American community. Lora-Ellen McKinney in her new book, Getting to Amen, writes, ‚”As a place of healing and hope, the black church has always purposefully sought to move its people beyond defensive postures.‚” Yet today‚’s social issues are pitting parishioners against each other or against preachers as churches grapple with‚, or try to ignore‚, issues of female leadership in the church, homesexuality, politics in the pulpit, splits within denominations, and more.

Kellogg Fellows' TED Talks

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

Roger Doiron: How to grow a revolution in your own backyard

Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?

No More Insanity Traps

I grew up inside the Washington Beltway during the 1960s and, as a result of my experience there, I have been fundamentally concerned about the extent to which people (including myself) practice what we preach.