What would you do if you were sentenced to life in prison at 17? Would you become an entrepreneur, a scholar, a leader? Would you show others how to escape the caves they're shackled in? Chris Wilson did. In his own words...
BMe Community is a growing network of all races and genders committed to building better communities across the U.S. BMe is built upon Black fathers, coaches, businessmen and students who lead by example to strengthen neighborhoods, mentor young people, and create businesses. Each day they help to change our futures for the better. You can too.
Join the movement at www.bmecommunity.org
BMe Leader Alex Peay receives an award for his outstanding service to the community.
BMe Leaders from across the country gather in Washington D.C for our annual National Conference.
Students receive copies of our New York Times Best Selling book "Reach: 40 Black Men Speaking on Living, Leading, and Succeeding"
BMe Champion, Activist, Actor Lamman Rucker talks about his journey to success. Rucker is also featured in the book Reach.
Miami Director Benjamin Evans embraces BMe Leader Jason Wilson who shared his story of overcoming major health issues and being vulnerable with his family.
BMe Leaders Program
BMe Leader is a special honor given to select black men whose example inspires and who commit to advancing BMe’s mission of building caring and prosperous communities. They will each receive $10,000 to apply towards their efforts to strengthen community. The program positions the BMe Leaders as assets, defines them as community-builders, and resources on a range of issues and opportunities. Then we engage them with other innovators and leaders of all races and genders on our mutual interests.
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