We exist to transform the school experience for Black and Brown children by creating culturally sustaining policies, structured programming, and teacher pedagogy that develops students into change agents for their community.
How We Do It
BMEA’s Liberated Learners Framework is the foundation from which the organization’s professional development sessions are built. Uniquely designed by BMEA’s executive leadership, this foundational structure of concepts and strategies is intellectually stimulating and creates school environments that foster a spirit of liberation and honor Black excellence.
Principal Wellness Fellowship
BMEA School Partnerships
Teacher Wellness Fellowship
Black Minds Math Leadership
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The BMEA Podcast:
Lifting Our Voices
The BMEA Podcast, Lifting Our Voices engages Black male educators and culturally responsive teaching professionals in conversations related to education policy, school reform, pedagogy, current events, and issues affecting our community. Enjoy these stimulating and enlightening conversations bi-weekly at 7:00 pm, on Thursdays via the following platforms
S4E2 – Mentoring for Black Boys
Welcome back to The BMEA Podcast: Lifting Our Voices. In this evening's episode, host Mike Payne is joined by BMEA's Director of Mentoring, Joe Bush. Tonight we will be discussing The BMEA Male...
S4E1 – Welcome Back
Welcome back to Season FOUR of Lifting Our Voices: The BMEA Podcast! We are finally back in person! In today's episode, hosts Dr. Curtis Lewis, Founder and CEO of BMEA, and Micael Payne, Co-Founder...
S4E9 – Visions of Liberated Learning
We are back with a new episode of The BMEA Podcast: Lifting Our Voices! On today's episode, we are joined by BMEA Board Member, Attorney Marcia Spivey! During the conversation, we hear about...
Our work is made possible in part through the generosity and support from the following funders and partnering educational entities: