UPCOMING EVENTS

reimagining the classroom

nov 7th, 9:30 am est

Join BMEA for, “Where Do We Go From Here? Reimagining the Classroom”, featuring Dr. Christopher Emdin. This event is FREE, virtual and open to EVERYONE!

Register to be a part of this workshop and learn tangible strategies on how to reimagine the classroom for learners and educators. Come and gain techniques on honoring student voice & agency in your classroom through a culturally responsive lens.

If you have never heard Dr. Emdin speak, you are in for a life-changing presentation that will have a profound impact on your pedagogy moving forward. We look forward to seeing you there!

reimagining the classroom

nov 7th, 9:30 am est

Join BMEA for, “Where Do We Go From Here? Reimagining the Classroom”, featuring Dr. Christopher Emdin. This event is FREE, virtual and open to EVERYONE!

Register to be a part of this workshop and learn tangible strategies on how to reimagine the classroom for learners and educators. Come and gain techniques on honoring student voice & agency in your classroom through a culturally responsive lens.

If you have never heard Dr. Emdin speak, you are in for a life-changing presentation that will have a profound impact on your pedagogy moving forward. We look forward to seeing you there!

Previous 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

We held our second workshop on February 3, 2018. At this event, members of the community came together to share their voices and detail the issues that they felt our collective work should tackle together.

The State of Black Men in Education: Changing The Narrative

Over 100 Educators, policy makers and students attended BMEA’s inaugural workshop, The State of Black Men in Education: Changing the Narrative. Your engagement and participation in breakout sessions and the panel discussion was a tremendous stride in helping to challenge the thinking around Black men’s role and impact in education.