Join us for the 34th Annual Conference in Atlanta where the 100’s global network of members, Collegiate 100 Emerging 100, Patners, Sponsors, Business, and Community leaders create connections, focus on empowering youth, and celebrate excellence.

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Dr. Peter Lin, A renowned Canadian family physician with a gift for explaining medical science is working to deliver essential coronavirus information to the public.


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One of the 100 Black Men of America’s “Four For The Future” initiatives focuses on health & wellness. Our goal is to mitigate the disease burden in African American communities through health equity, policy, practice and education.

As we face this very serious pandemic, there are some basic precautions you can take to stay safe. The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. We will provide you with some information and resources to help you stay aware of the latest information on the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak.

Black Youth: Creating A Level Playing Field

with Thomas Dortch of 100 Black Men of America

According to a recent Pew report, half of black adults say that race has negatively impacted their ability to get ahead in life.

Thomas W. Dortch, Jr. of 100 Black Men of America shares how his organization strives to level the playing field to ensure opportunity for all Americans.

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The 100 Network serves as a beacon of leadership that utilizes the diverse talents of the membership to create environments where children are motivated to achieve.

"What They See is What They'll Be"

The signature song “What They See is What They’ll Be, ” is performed by Kathleen Bertrand and was commissioned by 100 Black Men of America, Inc. The song premiered at the 2002 Annual Conference and remains the theme song of the International organization.