MENTORING THE 100 WAY®
ACROSS A LIFETIME
"WHAT THEY SEE IS WHAT THEY'LL BE!"
What We Do
100 Black Men of America, Inc., (The 100) improves the quality of life for the communities we serve. Mentoring is the core service delivery of The 100, the largest network of African American male mentors in the nation. We influence and transform the lives of underrepresented and disenfranchised youth, with a focus on African American youth. Through our platform of Mentoring The 100 Way ®Across A Lifetime, we provide programmatic services in education, health and wellness, economic empowerment and leadership development, which makes a fundamental difference in the lives of the youth we touch and the communities we serve.
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The World is Watching is an understatement because the whole world is watching America more closely than ever before. When it comes to words and actions, America has always been at the center of our global stage. During this climate of continuous racist, divisive and disrespectful tweets, comments and actions of President Trump, unfortunately, too
Statement from 100 Black Men of America, Inc. in response to the horrifying events that occurred in Charlottesville, Virginia
The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is profoundly saddened by the loss of life and deeply disturbed by the mobilization and organized bigotry that descended on Charlottesville, Virginia on Friday and Saturday. First, we offer our heartfelt condolences to those who lost their lives, those who were injured, their families and the community. We
100 Black Men of America, Inc. stands with the millions of United States citizens and people around the world who oppose President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. The plaque at the base of the Statue of Liberty reads, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse
We at 100 Black Men of America, Inc. (“The 100”) want to offer our collective and heartfelt thanks to President Barack H. Obama for his eight years of exemplary service to the people of the United States of America as our nation’s Commander-in-Chief and its first president of African-American descent. As the largest non-profit,
100 Black Men of America extends its condolences to the families, friends and community members of the slain officers in Dallas. These men and women of law enforcement were reverently and honorably performing their duties to serve and protect their community. There is no justification for these murders, as there is no justification for the
I am saddened and frustrated every time I hear about the academic achievement gulf that exists between Black students and their White classmates in our nation’s public schools. Saddened because I know that, without a quality education, the future for these children is bleak; frustrated because, if we don’t do something now, we will continue