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Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation ™ (TRHT) is a comprehensive, multi-year national and community-based process to bring about transformational and sustainable change. Through TRHT, the Foundation (WKKF) partners with and supports local efforts to address the historic and contemporary effects of racism in communities and institutions. They work to replace the deeply held belief system that fuels racism with one that sees the inherent value of all people. TRHT communities engage in narrative change, racial healing and relationship building as part of an approach that undergirds efforts to transform society through the dismantling of institutional racism by specifically addressing separation, law, and the economy. WKKF engaged over 170 national partners in 2015 and 2016 and, with them, developed and piloted the TRHT framework and process. The following year WKKF provided grants to plan and implement TRHT to fourteen communities across the country. Each community determined its priorities and course of action in implementing the TRHT framework. This resource shares key insights and learnings from the experiences and ongoing work of those communities.
Five WKKF grantees share insights about centering racial equity in their organizational structures, practices and operations. Part one takes a look at internal racial equity journeys in a variety of organizations, from a local organization serving an Arab immigrant community in Michigan, a Washington D.C. based policy organization focused on juvenile justice reform, a community foundation in greater Buffalo, New York, a nationwide network of service organizations, and a global faith-based organization.
Five WKKF grantees share insights about centering racial equity in their organizational structures, practices and operations. Part one takes a look at internal racial equity journeys in a variety of organizations, from a community foundation in Kalamazoo, to a Detroit-based grassroots policy organization focused on maternal health, a national nonprofit focused on professional development for educators, a health service provider in Grand Rapids and a national coalition of breastfeeding-focused organizations.
HR Toolkit for Racial EquityThe W.K. Kellogg Foundation's (WKKF) organizational commitment to advancing racial equity, diversity and inclusion has been a multi-decade journey. One area of significant progress is in our human resources (HR) policies and practices. Over the years, leaders and organizations have sought out our HR team to ask about our internal strategies – what we've tried, what we've learned and what actions we are taking as a result of our commitments. WKKF created this toolkit to share our experiences, lessons and recommended tools and resources for implementing racial equity strategies as part of a human resources function. The toolkit complements the foundation's "ONE Journey" publication, which shares the foundation's larger racial equity, diversity and inclusion (REDI) efforts more fully.
The list of W.K. Kellogg Foundation grants approved in October 2023.
After the recent SCOTUS decision on affirmative action in higher education, leaders and organizations are grappling with the potential ripple effects on corporate diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts in the near and long term. In navigating this moment, leaders can do two things: (1) reground themselves on why their organization is investing in DEI strategies in the first place, and (2) take a look at existing DEI initiatives to understand where they may evolve and continue to create equal opportunities for all. Assessing risk will no doubt be part of the conversation. Yet, with the strong business case for DEI efforts, how can organizations ensure the risks of discontinuing certain DEI efforts are given the same weight as the risks of continuing them? This how-to guide, created through the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Expanding Equity program, provides a framework for what to consider while charting a path forward as you review and adapt your DEI strategies — all while remaining true to your aspirations for creating more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces.
This how-to guide, created through the W.K. Kellogg Foundation's Expanding Equity program, has helpful tips for choosing and refining a DEI governance structure for your organization and offers supporting tools and processes (e.g., metrics, rewards and recognition) that can help make it stick. It uses a sample company called EE Corp — created based on the experiences of Expanding Equity network members — as it establishes its DEI infrastructure. Building this infrastructure is a multi-step process that includes:Part 1:Choosing a governance structureSetting up the structureGetting people involvedAssessing internal challengesRefining the structurePart 2:Defining metricsEstablishing rewardsContinuously improving
The list of W.K. Kellogg Foundation grants approved in September 2023.
This document is the result of surveying 781 families from Battle Creek, Detroit, Grand Rapids and (through a non WKKF funding source) several rural counties. Additionally 105 in-depth interviews were conducted. The families worked with the grantee (Univ of MI) to co-create the policy recommendations in this KP. One of the recommendations is for expanded programs like Double Up Food Bucks - which is an initiative that WKKF has supported for several years. We shared the attached brief with state legislators that we spoke with during Legislative Education Day.
This Fact Sheet focuses on birth trauma and the impact on maternal mental health: 1 in 3 childbearing people report feeling traumatized by their birthing experience, and 1 in 5 childbearing people report being mistreated during pregnancy or childbirth. pregnancy, disability, and maternal mental health.This Fact Sheet identifies key facts about birth trauma and maternal mental health, factors contributing to birth trauma, impacts of birth trauma and racism, and the intersection of birth trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder.
The list of W.K. Kellogg Foundation grants approved in August 2023.
This analysis explores whether state accountability systems effectively drive additional resources to low-performing schools identified for support under the Every Student Succeeds Act.
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