(January 30, 2008) The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Foundation received a grant from the Kellogg Foundation, as a tangible expression of the Foundation’s commitment to racial equity. The $3 million grant was announced as part of an audio conference held January 30, 2008.
Listen to Joe Stewart , W.K. Kellogg Foundation Board Chair, speak to the role of philanthropy and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in promoting racial equity.
Listen to Colin Powell speak to the importance of the memorial.
Read comments made by Sterling Speirn, President and CEO of the Kellogg Foundation, as part of the audio conference, highlighting the significance of this grant made to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
Follow this link to learn more about Kellogg Foundation grants that focus on sharing the history to promote racial equity.