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Questions of Fairness
Despite being a successful American, Mee Moua is still perceived as the perpetual foreigner.
With a new generation, an opportunity to heal
Through her experiences as an Alaska Native, Liz Hensley has come to realize that young people are the best-poised generation to begin...
Generations join together, to talk and heal in Alaska
The Elders and Youth conference, hosted annually by the First Alaskans Institute seeks to join young and old people together, to share in...
I Believe in a Michigan Where...
Conference attendees share their views and beliefs in Michigan and its future.
Looking Back, Moving Forward: Improving Oral Health for All Children
This video highlights the severe oral health care needs across the U.S., and the potential of the innovative dental therapy model in...
Community Change Starts with Trust
Matt Lynn of United Way of Greater Battle Creek, teaches his children to put the well-being of others before their own self interests.
Kinetic Affect perform their Michigan Poem at the foundation's Michigan grantee convening
Kirk Latimer and Gabriel Giron of Kinetic Affect, perform their “Michigan Poem.”
Michigan Grantees Convening: Message from Governor Rick Snyder
Governor Rick Snyder's special video message for the Kellogg Foundation's Michigan grantees in attendance at the 2011 Communities in Action:...
New Options Project - Youth Voice
Often failed by the system, out-of-school, out-of-work young people face barriers to entering the workforce.
New Options Project - Why It Matters
The New Options Project is an initiative to establish new ways of connecting out-of-school, out-of-work young people, ages 16-24, with...
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