On this episode of MFP Live, Donna Ladd and Kimberly Griffin talk to Rhea Williams-Bishop, of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Von Gordon of the Alluvial Collective. They discussed the recent 7th annual W.K. Kellogg Foundation National Day of Racial Healing. They also discussed the power in creating space to hold conversations to help further various communities and societies. Rhea is a three-time graduate of Jackson State University where she earned an undergraduate degree in Urban Affairs, a Masters in Public Policy and a doctorate in philosophy in educational leadership. Rhea was raised in Carthage, Mississippi. Von is a graduate of University of Mississippi where he was a student leader and helped organize the first statewide summit on race. He served as a founding board member of the Winter Institute and the only student representative. He is a member of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Community Leadership Network. W.K. Kellogg Foundation provides support for the Mississippi Free Press, and Donna Ladd is a former Community Leadership Network Fellow for Mississippi.
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