The William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust is recognizing four of South Florida’s very own who are carrying on the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Staff Report MIAMI – BMe Community and The William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust have partnered to celebrate and recognize black men in Miami who have demonstrated leadership and commitment to carry on the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Miami BMe Leaders Marlon Hill, Brandon Okpalobi, Derick Pearson and Jonathan Spikes will each receive $100,000 to support their transformative efforts in building more caring and prosperous communities. “BMe has been an amazing resource and thought partner in helping to identify and build networks for change,” said Dr. Dorian Burton, Assistant Executive Director of the Trust....

MIAMI – BMe Community wants to reward unsung Black Men’s genius in Miami. From now until February 21, black men who share their remarkable stories of creating opportunities for others will have a chance to become BMe Leaders. The BMe Leader Awards come with national recognition, a $10,000 grant and travel to Washington, DC for induction into a life- long fellowship of peers. Though the BMe Leader Award began in 2012 overall, this is the second year the award will be given to men in South Florida. Miami’s 2016 BMe Leader Award recipients included: Webber Charles, Kelvin Deleveaux, Marlon A. Hill, Brandon Okpalobi, Derick Pearson, Justin Pinn, Loubert Senatus, Jonathan Spikes, Marvin Wilmoth and Daniel Agnew. The group includes entrepreneurs, activists, educators,...

We keep the focus on youth violence and youth safety with an organization that uses sports as an instrument to teach life skills. The co-founder of “Dibia DREAM” shares his vision and we will meet a 12-year-old who is benefitting from its programs. Guests: Brandon A. Okpalobi, Co-Founder, Dibia DREAM Tyler McCray, Dibia DREAM participant View Here...