Why Black Male Educators are important to Philadelphia’s Educational Landscape
The Mayor’s Office of Black Male Engagement and the Center for Male Engagement (CCP) presents the 17th -My Brother’s Keeper Community Conversation:
Topic: Education – Members of the Fellowship – Black Male Educators for Social Justice- will unpack why Black Male Educators are important to Philadelphia’s Educational Landscape.
Date: Thursday, May 30th
Time: 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Location: City Hall, Philadelphia; Conversation Hall, 2nd Floor. (Light Refreshments will be served)
Highlighted Educational Resource:
The Fellowship (Black Male Educators for Social Justice)
- Dr. William Hayes, Principal, East Camden School
- Sterling Grimes, Teacher, Pickett School
- Quamiir Trice, Teacher, Bethune Elementary
- Tamir Harper, Senior, SLA
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