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Leadership voices for racial equity

In a May 30, 2020 statement, Standing together for racial equity and community, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation called for shared leadership in this moment.

 “We stand with our grantees and partners and call upon leaders in every circle, large or small, to raise their voices on behalf of our common humanity.”

Our grantees, partners and Solidarity Council on Racial Equity (SCoRE) members lead in their circles and act in solidarity with communities to address structural racism every day. Their statements and voices reflect the passion, creativity and resolve needed to change children’s lives for the better in every community — and the list is growing every day. Addressing these inequities together, on behalf of children, families and communities, is our shared work.

Accion and Opportunity Fund
Advancement Project
Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum
Aspen Institute
Battle Creek Public Schools
Battle Creek Unlimited
Better Ventures
Boston Medical Center
Bronson Healthcare Group
Capital Impact Partners
Children’s Defense Fund
City of Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller
City of Jackson Mayor Lumumba
Community Catalyst
Community Legal Services, Inc.
Confluence Philanthropy
Council for a Strong America
Democracy Collaborative Foundation
Detroit Public Television
Detroit Regional Chamber
Ava Duvernay**
Illumen Capital
Faith in Action
Families USA
Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies
Forward Together
Fund 17
Grand Valley State University
Grantmakers In Health
Maria Hinojosa**
Higher Purpose Co
Hispanic Center of Western Michigan
Hmong American Farmers Association
Human Impact Partners
Insight Center for Community Economic Development
Jackson Public Schools
Jackson State University
Father Tim Kesicki**
Liberty’s Kitchen
The Links
Living Arts
Heather McGhee** 
Michigan Advocacy Program
Michigan Breastfeeding Network
Michigan League for Public Policy
Michigan Roundtable for Diversity and Inclusion
Mission Investors Exchange
Mississippi Center for Justice
Mississippi Economic Council – the State Chamber of Commerce
National Association for the Education of Young Children
Quad Caucus/National Conference of State Legislatures
National Congress of American Indians
National Compadres Network
The National Domestic Workers Alliance
National Public Education Support Fund
National Women’s Law Center
National Urban League
Native Women Lead
New Mexico Birth Equity Collaborative
New Mexico Black Leadership Council
New Mexico Public Education Department
New Mexico Voices for Children
New Mexico Women.Org 
New Orleans Business Alliance
Operator Collective
The Opportunity Agenda
Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute
john a. powell** 
Race Forward
Linda Sarsour**
Social Policy Research Associates
Social Policy Research Associates
Southwest Solutions (Detroit)
Bryan Stevenson**
The Toigo Foundation 
United Nations Human Rights Network  
United Way of the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo Region 
University of Mississippi Medical Center 
Urban League of Louisiana 
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
Dr. David R. Williams** 
WKKF Racial Equity Anchors

 **Solidarity Council on Racial Equity (SCoRE) members


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