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Showcasing the Global Network of Kellogg Fellows

A couple of years ago I took on an assignment to write about racial equity and social justice in the food movement I have to admit, that I didn’t know much about the United States Department of Agriculture or its history of inequity.

To grow and share food with others in a garden is to enter a holy country. As I’ve discovered in the course of my travels, American spirituality is discovering itself anew as people of faith reconnect with the land.

Nothing puts you more in the present than being on a playground filled with kindergartners and first graders.

The response to the AFRICA PORTFOLIO SURVEY was fantastic. We continue to compile data from the survey and you can download the information we’ve received so far.

I’ve been a student of leadership for many years and the Kellogg experience greatly accelerated my understanding of the role and responsibilities of leaders.

Kathleen Bonk (KNFP 9), Executive Director, Communications Consortium Media Center, Washington, D.C.
‚”Keeping a low profile in a high-profile city, we can get a lot accomplished.‚”

Kevin Fong (KNFP 14), Founder and Principal, Kevin Fong Organizational Design, Seattle
‚”Find out what your kuleana is‚, that which you were born to become.”

Kellogg Fellows' TED Talks

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

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LaDonna Redmond: Food + Justice = Democracy

Kellogg Fellows answer WDYDWYD?

To make growing up easier for children

Neither of my parents has ever read a book. My mother went as far as second grade. My father never went to school. Born in the U.S., and the daughter of Mexican immigrants, I sensed that growing up could be easier than my own childhood had been.