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100 Black Men of Jax, Jaguars make “Crucial Catch” for Cancer Survivors

Jacksonville, FL – The J100 partnered with Jaguars Foundation and Jaguars players to host cancer survivors and their guests for a meal and activities during the 2018 Crucial Catch – Intercept Cancer event. The event is an invitation for cancer survivors and their families to enjoy an evening at Velocity Air recreational center. The J100 Men …

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Helping African American Youth Achieve Success

The 100 Black Men of Greater Detroit, Inc. is a group of concerned African American men whose goal is to improve the quality of life in the African American community through their collective resources, abilities and experiences. Recognizing the need to develop strong, vital and self-supporting communities, the organization has committed to helping African American …

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100 Black Men of Greater Beaumont First Day of School Event

100 Black Men of Greater Beaumont being engaged in their community by welcoming students and parents on the First Day of school. President of the Greater Beaumont chapter, Vernon Durden is pictured with Principal Haynes of Amelia School. Other members of the chapter visited Jones Clarke, MLK, Pathways and Beaumont United. Special recognition to ExxonMobil …

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Dr. Edward W. Savage, Jr. Celebration of Life at Holman United Methodist Church

Dr. Savage was a proud graduate of Talladega College and Meharry Medical College.  He made a significant impact in the practice of medicine in the Southern California region and on the national level within the field of gynecologic oncology. Starting his practice of medicine at King Drew Hospital in 1973, Dr. Savage was a fighter for quality health …

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Remembering Chef Rod Ladson (1968-2018): ‘Everyone loved him and he will be greatly missed’

Posted: July 24, 2018 05:38 PM CDT MADISON, Wis. – Extremely sad news hit a very tight-knit Madison community like a ton of bricks on July 13. Chef Rod Ladson, the executive chef at Bonefish Grill on Madison’s west side, had died of a heart attack. It was a huge and sudden shock to family, …

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‘The vision is huge,’ says Trey Godfrey on leading 100 Black Men, the organization his late dad started

When Brace “Trey” Godfrey III was tapped a few weeks ago to become the first executive director of 100 Black Men of Metro Baton Rouge, it was an emotional moment for him and the organization’s longtime members. Many of those members have been a part of Godfrey’s life since 1993, when he was 13 and …

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New Cal State Dominguez Hills president stands on legacy of fairness, faith, equality.

In a Sunday church sermon and with characteristic boldness, the current vice chancellor of UCI and future president of Cal State Dominguez Hills made his ambition clear. Thomas Parham, who will take the reins of CSUDH next month, vowed to transform the university into “a destination campus, not a default campus.” Parham went on to …

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Michael Russell announced as Foreword Writer for ‘Who’s Who in Black Atlanta’

Michael Russell was promoted to Chief Executive Officer of H.J. Russell & Company in October 2003 succeeding his father, Herman Russell, who founded the company in 1952 and led it for the first 50 years. “We are very excited that Mr. Russell has joined us as the Foreword Writer for this 18th edition,” says Dr. …

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Judge Rodney Smith nominated to serve as a District Judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida

Today President Donald J. Trump announced his intent to nominate a thirteenth wave of judicial nominees and seventh wave of United States Marshal nominees as follows: If confirmed, Rodney Smith of Florida will serve as a District Judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Rodney Smith serves as a Circuit …

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