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The Network for Male Leaders of Color in Educational Leadership

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MCEL member Donald Fennoy talks to his board about being a black male leader.

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"Coming together with like minded men to share and discuss the complexities of leadership in our world."

— MCEL Participant

MCEL attendees engage in real, authentic conversation about the impact of race and implicit bias on the education leadership role of males of color.

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