2nd Annual National Black Male Educators Convening

Posted by The Fellowship on June 11, 2018

Teacher diversity works. Increasing the number of Black male educators in our nation’s teacher corps will improve education for all our students, especially for African-American boys.Today Black men represent only two percent of teachers nationwide. This is a national problem that demands a national response.

Come participate in the 2nd National Black Male Educators Convening to advance policy solutions, learn from one another, and fight for social justice. All are welcome.

Register to attend. Nominate a speaker. Propose a workshop. Sponsor the event.


Fri, Oct 12, 2018, 5:00 PM –

Sun, Oct 14, 2018, 2:00 PM EDT


Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel

201 North 17th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19103



  • Dr. Marc Lamont Hill

    Dr. Marc Lamont Hill

    CNN Commentator

    Temple University Professor

  • Dr. Chris Emdin

    Dr. Chris Emdin

    Hip Hop Educator

    Columbia University Professor

  • Eric Holder

    Eric Holder

    US Attorney General

    United States

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