100 Black Men of Charlotte

100 Black Men of Charlotte 100 Black Men seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing our diverse talents to create environments where our children are motivated to achieve, and to empower our people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric
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Over 600 young lives have been touched since 1991. More than 300 Saturday Academy sessions have been conducted for the betterment of our youth. Structured one-on-one and group mentoring is offered to students living with risk factors Help is given students to develop high self-esteem and an appreciation for education through Saturday Academies, twice-monthly workshops in citizenship, leadership development, life skills, study skills, financial literacy, cultural enrichment and community service Partnerships have been developed with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, KIPP Charlotte Academy, and the Urban League of Central Carolinas New candidates for the Movement of Youth are referred by school administrators, and social case workers as 6th- and 9th graders, or by request of family members Currently 35 boys in 6th to 12th grades Two mentees won 2009 Dollars and $ense competition award of $3,000 scholarships Two student delegates won 2010 African American History Challenge senior division award of $3,000 scholarships; two mentees in 2010 junior division were finalists

Over 600 young lives have been touched since 1991. More than 300 Saturday Academy sessions have been conducted for the betterment of our youth. Structured one-on-one and group mentoring is offered to students living with risk factors Help is given students to develop high self-esteem and an appreciation for education through Saturday Academies, twice-monthly workshops in citizenship, leadership development, life skills, study skills, financial literacy, cultural enrichment and community service Partnerships have been developed with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, KIPP Charlotte Academy, and the Urban League of Central Carolinas New candidates for the Movement of Youth are referred by school administrators, and social case workers as 6th- and 9th graders, or by request of family members Currently 35 boys in 6th to 12th grades Two mentees won 2009 Dollars and $ense competition award of $3,000 scholarships Two student delegates won 2010 African American History Challenge senior division award of $3,000 scholarships; two mentees in 2010 junior division were finalists

10/09/2011

20th Anniversary Mentor-Mentee reunion,
November 3,2011
7 PM The new Mint Museum
500 South Tryon Street

100 Black Men of Greater Charlotte will be participating in Walk for Obesity
10/09/2011
100 Black Men of Charlotte

100 Black Men of Greater Charlotte will be participating in Walk for Obesity

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100 Black Men of Charlotte 20th Anniversary Celebration with National Recording Artist Boys II Men. November 4, 2011 at ...
09/28/2011

100 Black Men of Charlotte 20th Anniversary Celebration with National Recording Artist Boys II Men. November 4, 2011 at Knights Theater, Charlotte, NC. Tickets available at www.Carolinatix.org or 704-372-1000

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740 W 5th St
Charlotte, NC
28202

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Scholarship Program Awarded over $292,000 in Scholarships since 1996 The first two classes (1996 and 1997) - 57% enrolled in college Since 2004, our graduates have had a 100% college enrollment rate Selected Colleges attended by our mentees Howard University Michigan State University Appalachian State University University of North Carolina NC A&T State University NC Central University

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I HAVE A DREAM THAT THE GOOD PEOPLE WILL REGISTER, TURN OUT IN RECORD NUMBERS AND VOTE ON NOVEMBER 3RD. We will elect Joe Biden President and his vice-president will be Val Demings or Stacy Abrams. President #46 Biden will appoint Kamala Harris as Attorney General. AG Kamala Harris will prosecute TRUMP and Barr using every federal law she researched and wrote on her legal pad and placed in her Corinthian leather attaché. Elizabeth Warren will be his Treasury Secretary and, she will investigate the big banks and all other parasitic financial institutions and organizations then send her findings to AG Harris for prosecutions. TRUMP and Barr will shred the paperwork on all the illegal activities they can remember but they will miss some because they had so many. The honest and dedicated career government workers will hold some documents back to aid the AG in their prosecution. 99% of the world leaders have sent TRUMP a “Dear John” letter. President Biden will ask Barack Obama to be our Secretary of State to renew our respectable relationships with world leaders. All persons appointed by President Biden will be professionally qualified, reviewed and recommended by a diverse search committee. Joe Biden will never appoint an Education Secretary who never attended a public school, rode a school bus or taught a single lesson. He also would not appoint a dog breeder to oversee giving COVID-19 responses. We will not weaken the U.S. Senate by removing two extremely valuable members because, we will add at least six new Democrats. We will defeat Mitch McConnell (Kentucky), Lindsey Graham (South Carolina), Thom Tillis (North Carolina), Martha McSally (Arizona), Cory Gardner (Colorado) and Susan Collins (Maine). Independence Day for all good people will be on November 4, 2020 and we will sing “Happy Days Are Here Again!!!” James J. Hankins
A 911 CALL FROM A SINKING SHIP TO ALL HBCU ALUMNI AND STUDENTS ATTENDING HBCUs A visionary, Attorney Peter Grear, Fayetteville State University alumni (Bronco) and co-publisher of Greater Diversity News in Wilmington, NC, has an idea whose time has come. He and others started “A call To Colors”. This is a call for all HBCU alumni and current students to become actively involved in mobilizing, educating, registering themselves and three or more others to vote. There are over 101 HBCUs in the U.S. We have 11 in North Carolina. They are: Barbara-Scotia, Bennett, Elizabeth City, Fayetteville State, Johnson C. Smith, Livingstone, North Carolina A&T, North Carolina Central, St. Augustine, Shaw and Winston-Salem University. Our parents, family members and others sacrificed for us to receive higher education. We know the different between political sound bites and the truth. Some of us were the first in our family to attend college, now we need to be the first to motivate, educate and lead our people in researching, registering and voting. I am blessed to be a member of the class of 1971 at N.C. A&T State University (Aggie) and author of the book “What We Blacks Need To Do.” I will proudly and energetically do my part. Will you respond to this 911 clarion call??? Please copy and share!!! James J. Hankins—Wilmington, NC
Be there!!! Tomorrow!!!
???? Nothing here since 2011.....wow, sad
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