Black Male Educators Alliance of Michigan (BMEA) is a collective of educators, mentors, community leaders, and other professionals who partner to increase the number of effective Black male educators to improve the educational experiences for urban children.

Introducing: The Village

The Village was created  to establish a space to create and strengthen the sense of community amongst male educators of color across the nation.

The Village seeks to provide training, support and development that is relevant and nuanced to the identities we possess.

Register below for our first virtual town hall event being held on Wednesday May 6th at 7pm.

Your moderators:

In this episode of The BMEA Podcast, Chris and Mike are join by two special guests: Sterling from Philadelphia and Jason from New York City. Jason and Sterling share the impact work their respective organizations are doing in their cities and discuss the upcoming collaboration for The Village!

We are honored to be named 2019 MBK Challenge winners and recipients of 50K from The Skillman Foundation! Thank you to our partner, Henry Ford Learning Institute (HFLI) for your support of the work we do and the purpose for which we stand. We look forward to our continued work together on the initiative, “Developing Strong Black Male Educators”.

Past Events

Changing The Narrative:
The Inaugural Midwest Black Male Summit

Retaining Black Men in Education: Setting a Plan of Action

Changing The Narrative: Lifting Our Voices in Education

The State of Black Men in Education: Changing The Narrative