The Fellowship

Black Male Educators for Social Justice is project to advance the recruitment, development and retention of black male educators in schools. Promoted by a professional membership and activist organization which goal is to get 1000 black male educators in the Philadelphia metropolitan area by the year 2025.

United States
Impact indicators
  • In 2018, they count current or prospective black male educators each of whom is mentoring at least one man through the student-teacher pathway.

Entrepreneur

Sharif El-Mekki, Vincent Cobb II and Rashiid Coleman.