Topic: Comparison between Kellogg Foundation and Mellon Foundation and their hi

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Topic:
Comparison between Kellogg Foundation and Mellon Foundation and their history of racial equity or DEI grantmaking and whether they have integrated this internally (governance, management, staff composition) to reflect their grantmaking.
The initial idea is that Kellogg has been Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging “DEIB” work before it was coined DEIB while Mellon recently changed their grantmaking to prioritize this – and after the DEIB trend is over how does Inclusion and Belonging remain?
In the wake of the tragic murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many others in 2020, calls for racial equity were amplifed further. With the national reckoning on race, there is growing interest in how American philanthropy is responding to calls for action. In recent years before 2020, significant effort has focused on measuring and tracking corporations and foundations as they have attempted to expand and focus their commitment to social justice and racial equity. While this kind of leadership is important, there has been little research up to this point on how American foundations integrate racial equity into their own DNA, reflecting this in their governance and management.
Criteria:
15-20 single spaced paper
Times new Roman, 12pt, 1″ margins
Comparison analysis (between Andrew W. Mellon and WK Kellogg foundations)
15 cited references
Need conclusion and recommendations
How grantmaking can influence public policy
APA style is fine but Chicago – whatever is easier
Need it by Friday morning at 8am, May 13

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