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100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC

100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC is devoted to improving the quality of life for African-America young males in the D.C. Metropolitan Area.

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC, Inc. (100 BMOGWDC) was established in 1995 by a group of concerned and motivated associates, all of who recognized the importance of bringing "The 100" goals of community involvement and leadership by example to the DC area. Recognizing that significant mentoring efforts were already in place in the area, the chapter's initial strategy was to form allia

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC, Inc. (100 BMOGWDC) was established in 1995 by a group of concerned and motivated associates, all of who recognized the importance of bringing "The 100" goals of community involvement and leadership by example to the DC area. Recognizing that significant mentoring efforts were already in place in the area, the chapter's initial strategy was to form allia

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes Briana Demming, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University...
04/13/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes Briana Demming, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University Alumna. After graduating in May 2021, Briana began her career with Citigroup as a member of the U.S. Personal Banking and Wealth Management Team in the 2-year analyst Program. In this position, she will undertake three 9-month rotations in different areas of the bank. She is 7 months into her first rotation in the U.S. consumer digital business where she sits on the Enable Mobile Team. Her responsibilities include researching and presenting on mobile experiences and digital features Citi should leverage for their mobile banking app, and analyzing customer behavior metrics relating to user engagement on Citi’s mobile and desktop channels. She also serves as a mentor for Citi's Early Identification Program and is a member of the Citi HBCU Alumni for Life Network, and its Collaboration Recruiting Team Committee. She currently resides in Brooklyn, NY and makes it a priority to go out and explore the city and its beautiful culture every weekend, whether that's taking a stroll through Prospect Park or trying a new restaurant.

Briana epitomizes the scholastic and professional aptitude expected of a Howard University Alumna and a successful member of the Collegiate 100. Congratulations Briana, well done!

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes Briana Demming, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University...
04/13/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes Briana Demming, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University Alumna. After graduating in May 2021, Briana began her career with Citigroup as a member of the U.S. Personal Banking and Wealth Management Team in the 2-year analyst Program. In this position, she will undertake three 9-month rotations in different areas of the bank. She is 7 months into her first rotation in the U.S. consumer digital business where she sits on the Enable Mobile Team. Her responsibilities include researching and presenting on mobile experiences and digital features Citi should leverage for their mobile banking app, and analyzing customer behavior metrics relating to user engagement on Citi’s mobile and desktop channels. She also serves as a mentor for Citi's Early Identification Program and is a member of the Citi HBCU Alumni for Life Network, and its Collaboration Recruiting Team Committee. She currently resides in Brooklyn, NY and makes it a priority to go out and explore the city and its beautiful culture every weekend, whether that's taking a stroll through Prospect Park or trying a new restaurant.

Briana epitomizes the scholastic and professional aptitude expected of a Howard University Alumna and a successful member of the Collegiate 100. Congratulations Briana, well done!

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes 2nd Lieutenant Kayla Fahie, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howar...
03/30/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes 2nd Lieutenant Kayla Fahie, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University Alumna. After graduating in May 2021, LT Fahie began her career in the U.S. Army as an Ordnance Officer at Joint Base Lewis McChord near Tacoma, Washington. LT Fahie leads a maintenance platoon and is responsible for the health, welfare, and morale of more than 40 Soldiers. She is also responsible for the readiness of millions of dollars worth of equipment and vehicles to make certain that her platoon is always mission capable. In sum, she ensures her men and women are trained and ready to perform their war-time mission anywhere, and anytime.



2nd Lieutenant Kayla Fahie epitomizes the scholastic and professional aptitude expected of a Howard University Alumna and a successful member of the Collegiate 100. Congratulations LT Fahie, well done!

#WhereAreTheyNow #MakeADifference #BHM #BlackExcellence #March #Celebrating #Explore #100blackmendc #100blackmen #mentoring #mentorship #education #economicempowerment #healthandwellness #100bmoa #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes 2nd Lieutenant Kayla Fahie, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howar...
03/30/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes 2nd Lieutenant Kayla Fahie, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University Alumna. After graduating in May 2021, LT Fahie began her career in the U.S. Army as an Ordnance Officer at Joint Base Lewis McChord near Tacoma, Washington. LT Fahie leads a maintenance platoon and is responsible for the health, welfare, and morale of more than 40 Soldiers. She is also responsible for the readiness of millions of dollars worth of equipment and vehicles to make certain that her platoon is always mission capable. In sum, she ensures her men and women are trained and ready to perform their war-time mission anywhere, and anytime.

2nd Lieutenant Kayla Fahie epitomizes the scholastic and professional aptitude expected of a Howard University Alumna and a successful member of the Collegiate 100. Congratulations LT Fahie, well done!

#WhereAreTheyNow #MakeADifference #BHM #BlackExcellence #March #Celebrating #Explore #100blackmendc #100blackmen #mentoring #mentorship #education #economicempowerment #healthandwellness #100bmoa #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes Rasheed Muhammad, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard Universi...
03/10/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes Rasheed Muhammad, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University Alumnus. After graduating in May 2021, Rasheed began his career as a crisis communications consultant at FTI Consulting. In this capacity, he works to implement communication strategies for clients experiencing 'crisis' situations including, but not limited to high-profile litigation, government investigations, cybersecurity breaches and a myriad of other operational incidents. He has also began expanding into public and government affairs, where he works primarily with healthcare non-profit clients. Rasheed satisfies his work-life balance by exploring the DC area, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

Rasheed Muhammad epitomizes the scholastic and professional aptitude expected of a Howard University Students and Alumni.

Congratulations Rasheed, well done!

03/08/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. celebrates Women’s History Month, and pays tribute to those who have led by example, taken risks, sacrificed, and paved the way for others to follow. On November 3, 2021, The 100, in partnership with the Women Presidents’ Organization, hosted the 2021 Women of Color Achievement Awards to recognize 13 women for their professional achievement and exemplary community service. We’d again like to salute these women for continuing to carry the banner and inspiring generations to come.

03/08/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. celebrates Women’s History Month, and pays tribute to those who have led by example, taken risks, sacrificed, and paved the way for others to follow.  On November 3, 2021, The 100, in partnership with the Women Presidents’ Organization, hosted the 2021 Women of Color Achievement Awards to recognize 13 women for their professional achievement and exemplary community service.  We’d again like to salute these women for continuing to carry the banner and inspiring generations to come.

03/03/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C., and the 100 Black Men of Austin, TX in partnership with @puzzlehuddle will end Black History Month 2022 with an exciting giveaway. The two chapters have collaborated to purchase and distribute 600 puzzles in their respective communities.

Representation matters and that is especially important in early childhood development. With our organization's motto of "What they see is what they'll be", we want students to experience diversity in their educational and learning tools.

Please tag your favorite K-4 educator to enter a contest to win a free box that will contain (25) puzzles.

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The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C., and the 100 Black Men of Austin, TX in partnership with Puzzle Huddle wil...
02/28/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C., and the 100 Black Men of Austin, TX in partnership with Puzzle Huddle will end Black History Month 2022 with an exciting giveaway. The two chapters have collaborated to purchase and distribute 600 puzzles in their respective communities.

Representation matters and that is especially important in early
childhood development. With our organization's motto of "What they see is what they'll be." We want students to experience diversity in their educational and learning tools.

Please tag your favorite K-4 educator to enter a contest to win a free box that will contain (25) puzzles.

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C., and the 100 Black Men of Austin, TX in partnership with @puzzlehuddle wil...
02/28/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C., and the 100 Black Men of Austin, TX in partnership with @puzzlehuddle will end Black History Month 2022 with an exciting giveaway. The two chapters have collaborated to purchase and distribute 600 puzzles in their respective communities.

Representation matters and that is especially important in early
childhood development. With our organization's motto of "What they see is what they'll be." we want students to experience diversity in their educational and learning tools.

Please tag your favorite K-4 educator to enter a contest to win a free box that will contain (25) puzzles.

100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC in partnership with @Moxie.xyz will host a virtual fitness session. All proceeds...
02/21/2022

100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC in partnership with @Moxie.xyz will host a virtual fitness session. All proceeds raised from this workout will benefit our Howard University - Collegiate 100 @collegiate100hu.

Please consider joining us for this fun-filled interactive workout that will be sure to get you STRONG. Specials thanks to Moxie's Arlington, VA lead instructor @temifitdc for hosting us.

#BlackHistoryMonth #WeAreBlackHistory #MakeADifference #BHM #BlackExcellence #February #Celebrating #Explore #100blackmendc #100blackmen #mentoring #mentorship #education #economicempowerment #healthandwellness #100bmoa #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe

100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC in partnership with @Moxie.xyz will host a virtual fitness session. All proceeds...
02/21/2022

100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC in partnership with @Moxie.xyz will host a virtual fitness session. All proceeds raised from this workout will benefit our Howard University - Collegiate 100 @collegiate100hu.

Please consider joining us for this fun-filled interactive workout that will be sure to get you STRONG. Specials thanks to Moxie's Arlington, VA lead instructor @temifitdc for hosting us.

#BlackHistoryMonth #WeAreBlackHistory #MakeADifference #BHM #BlackExcellence #February #Celebrating #Explore #100blackmendc #100blackmen #mentoring #mentorship #education #economicempowerment #healthandwellness #100bmoa #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe

Do you have a passion for fashion and design? The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. invites you to join us Satur...
02/20/2022

Do you have a passion for fashion and design? The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. invites you to join us Saturday, February 26, 2022 at noon for an exciting, hands-on exploration and learning opportunity. Participants will design, craft and promote their very own sneaker and brand using everyday household items. Special guests include fashion industry experts Takiyah Roberts and Sam Ryan.

Prizes will be awarded to the top fashion designers!

We look forward to seeing you Saturday as we continue to celebrate Black Excellence by honoring Virgil Abloh, who was a thriving architect and fashion designer extraordinaire.


http://www.stemthe100wayme.eventbrite.com/

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes Eric Hagermen, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University ...
02/16/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. recognizes Eric Hagermen, an outstanding Collegiate 100 Howard University Alumnus that has consistently performed at a level greater than his peers. After graduating from Howard University in 2021, Eric was accepted into Columbia University and is now earning a Master of Architecture degree. "I joined the Collegiate 100 in 2019 with a strong passion for mentorship and paying it forward," said Hagerman. "Through our work with DMV-area youth, I was able to network with like-minded professionals and establish a solid foundation for my career. Overall, my experiences with The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. have prepared me well for life after college," Hagerman said.

Eric Hagerman epitomizes the scholastic and professional aptitude expected of Howard University Collegiate 100 Students and Alumni. Congratulations Eric, well done!

#BlackHistoryMonth #WeAreBlackHistory #MakeADifference #BHM #BlackExcellence #February #Celebrating #Explore #100blackmendc #100blackmen #mentoring #mentorship #education #economicempowerment #healthandwellness #100bmoa #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe #WhereAreTheyNow

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. extends our deepest gratitude to our 2K followers.  We sincerely appreciat...
02/03/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. extends our deepest gratitude to our 2K followers. We sincerely appreciate your support. By sharing and amplifying our stories, you assist us in educating and informing the public on the impact we are having in our community. Since the chapter's establishment in 1995, The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. has mentored over 15,000 students with a 100% graduation rate over the past five years, and has provided more than $3.5 Million in college scholarships and community investments.
Again, we thank you. Please continue to help us tell our story and gain additional support for our mission to improve the quality of life for African Americans in our community, while enhancing educational and economic opportunities.

#BlackHistoryMonth #WeAreBlackHistory #MakeADifference #BHM #BlackExcellence #February #Celebrating #Explore #100blackmendc #100blackmen #mentoring #mentorship #education #economicempowerment #healthandwellness #100bmoa #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. commemorates Black History Month by paying tribute to those who demonstrat...
02/01/2022

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. commemorates Black History Month by paying tribute to those who demonstrated vision and foresight to improve the communities in which they live. George Washington Carver, the most notable black scientist of the early 20th century, said, " Where there is no vision, there is no hope."

In 1963, a concerned group of black men in New York City began exploring ways to improve conditions in their community. These visionaries included businessmen and industry leaders such as David Dinkins, Robert Mangum, Dr. William Hayling, Nathaniel Goldston III, Livingston Wingate, Andrew Hatcher, and Jackie Robinson. The group would adopt the name, The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. on October 2, 1986, establishing a national organization dedicated to empowering black youths and their communities. Today, the organization impacts the lives of more than 125,000 youth across the US and abroad. The founders of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. had a vision that continues to provide hope for young black men and women across the country.

#BlackHistoryMonth #WeAreBlackHistory #MakeADifference #BHM #BlackExcellence #February #Celebrating #Explore #100blackmendc #100blackmen #mentoring #mentorship #education #economicempowerment #healthandwellness #100bmoa #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe

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"STAY IN THAT LINE”. You are standing in a long voting line. Your legs are tired, your back is starting to hurt, and your left foot is killing you. You can quietly slip out of that line go to your car and none of your friends will ever know but, a few people looking down on you will say “STAY IN THAT LINE”. Your slave ancestors who were taken from their homeland, transported in the bottom of a ship, and treated less than dogs but never gave up are saying to you. “STAY IN THAT LINE”. Harriet Tubman (our Black Moses) who escaped to freedom but made at least 13 trips back to free other slaves would say “STAY IN THAT LINE”. Thousands of people were demoted on their jobs, fired, beaten, run out of town, and some killed fighting for Congress to pass the Civil Rights Bill in 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965. Both bills were signed by Democrat President Lyndon Johnson. They all would say to you “STAY IN THAT LINE”. The three M’s, martyrs Medgar Evers (field secretary NAACP), Malcolm X (a thief, pimp, drug user ,and pusher who turned his life around by writing down every word in the dictionary and memorized them while he was in prison. He later became a Muslim Minister and one of our greatest leaders.), and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Baptist Minister/SCLC and Nobel Peace Prize laureate) all assassinated (1963, 1965 and 1968) fighting for civil rights would say to you. “STAY IN THAT LINE”. Your family members who taught you how to register and vote will not physically be in line with you but will be there in spirit are whispering to you “STAY IN THAT LINE”. The 9 unarmed Christians killed during a Wednesday night bible study at Mother Emanuel AME Church, 11 unarmed Jewish worshipers at The Tree OF Life Synagogue and the 17 unarmed teenagers at Parkland High School are also whispering “STAY IN THAT LINE”. The following unarmed black men and ladies were killed by police officers or vigilantes: Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tony McDade, George Floyd, Elijah McClain, Botham Jean, Tamin Rice, Dominique White, Trayvon Martin, Jordan Edwards, Freddie Gray, Philando Castile, Terence Crutcher, Alton Sterling, Bettie Jones, Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Laquan McDonald, and Oscar Grant. Looking down from heaven saying. “STAY IN THAT LINE”. I call their names because I am all 60 of them. You and I could have been killed or still can be killed like our sisters and brothers, but for the grace of GOD. In his letter to the Ephesians, the apostle Paul wrote about harmony with the family, guidelines for slaves/ masters and fighting against evil. Ephesians 6:13 “Therefore take on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand firm”. “STAY IN THAT LINE.” JAMES J. HANKINS
Join Mr. Michael Smothers and Mr. Larry Shaw are two of the speakers for the Reconciliation Week hosted by Esther Productions, Inc and Young Parents Elevation Network which takes place from June 10th - 17th. Mr. Michael Smothers is the author of "The Baby Daddy Survival Guide - Common Sense Co-Parenting" and one of the speakers for the virtual program hosted by Esther Productions, Inc and Young Parents Elevation Network entitled: "Reconciliation Week" which takes place from June 10th - June 17th. Mr. Larry Shaw is a "Social Entrepreneur. He aspires to inspire everyone he comes into contact with to increase their quality of life. Mr. Shaw is known for his talented way of captivating his audiences through his written work and compelling presentations. He has the ability to help others live a life that exhibits the kind of success they’ve defined for themselves." For more information call Esther Productions, Inc at 202-829-0591. #speakers #authors #youth #parents #dc #virtualprogram #adults
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$2/3 for $5 Raffle Grand Prize is The 1999 Super Deluxe Package Contains: 5 CD’s & 1 DVD Party Like It’s 1999! Prince CD Release Party With DJ Doctor Rock The '1999' album reissue with 35 unreleased tracks! Also appearing on the big screen a brand-new DVD: "Live In Houston" containing another complete, previously unreleased concert from the 1999 tour, recorded in multi-cam live at the Houston Summit on December 29, 1982. Live performance by Purple Time of Day Band Dance Performance by Pauline Dunn & Vincent Eubanks Drum Solo by Daisia Lewis Friday December 6th Doors open 6pm Party 8-12am @ Bethesda Blues & Jazz Club 7719 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda Maryland Admission: $10 In advance $20 day of event Attire: 1999 or 2019 Chic For tickets go to: BBJlive.com
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"Real Men Giving Real Time" On June 15th, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. won the 2019 Chapter of the Year Award. This recognition was due to the combined work of our members and our supporters. Collectively, we recognized the need for positive male role models in our community, and came together to address it. The challenges for today’s youth have increased, and many don’t have adequate support to help guide them down the path to a successful life, and a successful professional career. At its core, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. is a mentoring organization. Through a variety of structured programs, we provide positive role models to young men and women, with the objective of supporting their intellectual, physical, mental, and economic growth and development. To support our work on behalf of children, please visit www.100BlackMenDC.org/donate and make a tax-deductible donation today.
Congratulations to 100 Black Men DC on winning national Chapter of the Year Award! On June 15th, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. (100 BMGWDC) were honored to receive the 2019 Chapter of the Year Award in the small chapter category. Out of 100 Black Men of America, Inc’s 125 local chapters that demonstrate extraordinary dedication to community service, the Greater Washington, D.C. chapter was highlighted as a leader. The award was presented to chapter President, James Thompson, at 100 Black Men of America’s 27th Annual Conference in Las Vegas, NV. “This award recognizes the exceptional accomplishments of 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C., a dedicated and engaged chapter that serves as a beacon of hope and support in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.” said James Thompson, President of 100 BMGWDC. “The work of ‘The 100’, in our Four for the Future areas of Mentoring, Education, Economic Empowerment, and Health & Wellness, is impactful and our members have served as exemplary role models and mentors to thousands of youths.” In addition to the national recognition, the chapter has received a number of local awards recently, including the DC Chamber of Commerce 2018 Non-Profit of the Year Award, and the 2018 National Collegiate Preparatory High School Howard Vance III Community Service Award. To support our work on behalf of children, please visit www.100BlackMenDC.org/donate and make a tax-deductible donation today.
Spread the word & get your dancin' shoes & come get your party on with me at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club for my: Daryl Davis Rock 'N Boogie Dance Party Saturday, June 22nd Doors: 6:00 PM Show: 8:00 PM Tickets & Info: http://bit.ly/DarylDavis_BethesdaBluesJazz 7719 Wisconsin Avenue Bethesda, MD 20814 Hope to see you! @realdaryldavis #Bethesda #WashingtonDC #Virginia #DMV #boogiewooge #ChuckBerry#blues #dance
3rd Annual Ultimate Prince Celebration Dance Party @ The Red Lounge 2013 14 Street NW Washington DC 20009 April 21, 2019 4pm-10pm Admission: $10 Beautiful Ladies everywhere! Prizes awarded: To the Prince fan that brings the Most people with them & Celebrity Look Alike Contest Winners (If you look like Prince, Sheila E, Mayte, Manuela, Vanity, Apollonia, Morris Day, Jerome Benton, Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, Wendy or Lisa) We will be jammin to all the hits of Prince, The Time, Sheila E, Vanity/Apollonia 6 Metro Accessibility one block away/Parking Lot on 1400 block of V Street/Uber & Lyft friendly Food & Drink specials Ho**ah bar https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-annual-ultimate-prince-celebration-dance-party-tickets-57884102910 Join Purple Raign page Today!
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#DMV Enjoy a step back on #memorylane with the #Smooth #music of Loose Ends featuring Jane Eugene., performing hits like "Hangin' On A String" & "Slow Down" CLICK THIS LINK & HEAR THE MUSIC: http://bit.ly/DC_Loose_Ends_JaneEugene WASHINGTON, DC on Saturday NOV. 10th 2 SHOWS! 7:30pm & 10:15pm City Winery, 1350 Okie St. NE. Washington, DC 20002 TICKETS: www.citywinery.com GET YOUR TICKETS BEFORE THEY SELL OUT! #Concerts #LoosEnds #JaneEugene #Soulful #Party #RnB
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