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BME Black Male Engagement - Share, Inspire, Empower!

BME Challenge Celebration - A project of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and Open Society Foundations' Campaign for Black Male Achievement. It's time to recognize our network of Detroit black male leaders, partners and friends!


Tuesday, October 18, Downtown Detroit at Ford Field.

BME guests are asked to enter at Gate G off of St. Antoine Street). The celebration is free for the BME network and friends!

With special guests including Jalen Rose: Native Detroiter, Former NBA Star, and Founder of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy Charter School. And a BME story and performance from artist K'Jon.
5:30 p.m. : Mix & Mingle with the BME Network and Special Guests - 6:15 p.m. : Reception with Dining & Call to Action. It's time to recognize our network of Detroit black male leaders, partners and friends!

Register Now!

Parking: FREE PARKING at Ford Field Deck Off of St. Antoine

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