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On September 21, 2021, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation announced ten finalists for Racial Equity 2030, a $90 million challenge to help build and scale actionable ideas for transformative change in the systems and institutions that uphold racial inequities.

The Challenge received submissions from 72 countries. Applications were evaluated during a five-month review process involving peer applicants and experts from across the world, based on four criteria: whether they were game-changing, equitable, bold, and achievable.

The finalists are listed below in alphabetical order (follow links to their profile pages for more information):

About the Challenge

Launched on October 13, 2020, Racial Equity 2030 will award $90 million to fund bold solutions to drive an equitable future for children, families, and communities across the globe. Hosted by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the Challenge invites, builds, and scales ideas for transformative change in the social, economic, political, and institutional systems that uphold inequities.

Additional information about the Challenge and finalists can be found in the finalist announcement press release.