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.
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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 alliances and lend support to existing programs that dovetailed with the missions of the 100 Black Men. Over the years, our programs have evolved and expanded into all of the "Four for the Future" areas. In fact, the 100 BMOGW was recognized by our National organization as a flourishing chapter in 2004. This distinction is awarded to chapters who have real programming in Mentoring, Education, Health & Wellness, and Economic Development. The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC, Inc., with more than 90 members, is made up of men from throughout the metropolitan area who are employed by local and national corporations, other private sector organizations, local or federal governments, school systems, and other organizations. Chapter members include the mayor of Washington, D.C.; a member of the D.C. City Council; school principals; corporate officials; business owners; and others prominent in the Greater Washington Community. The 100BMOGW takes to heart our slogan, "What They See Is What They Will Be®.Our chapter is comprised solely of volunteers making our motto "Real Men Giving Real Time"® a way of life. We have a dedicated and exemplary membership and are always searching for more responsible, caring men to join our ranks. The chapter has had four presidents since its inception:

James Waller 1995-1997
William Highsmith, Jr. 1998 -1999
Barry Hudson
Marvin Dickerson

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C., Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization.

The 100 Black Men, Experian and Paradigm One are hosting two 7-week virtual career consulting courses for young adults a...
04/29/2021

The 100 Black Men, Experian and Paradigm One are hosting two 7-week virtual career consulting courses for young adults ages 18-40 beginning May 3. The Securing the Bag curriculum will assist those interested in creating a resume, LinkedIn profile, and developing an elevator speech. A second course, Level Up Education League, will provide instruction on applying for college scholarships, financial aid, and graduate school.

Register before the May 9th deadline for the two free courses by clicking on the links below

Level Up: Education Coaching starts on May 3rd so register now at https://bit.ly/3tZ0GIH

Securing the Bag: Career Coaching starts on May 4th so register now at https://bit.ly/3gNkjzJ

A hosting partnership with The Gathering Spot for post COVID 19 events was also announced this week. View the full press release and learn more about the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC here: https://bit.ly/3dYIGJb

The 100 Black Men, Experian and Paradigm One are hosting two 7-week virtual career consulting courses for young adults a...
04/27/2021

The 100 Black Men, Experian and Paradigm One are hosting two 7-week virtual career consulting courses for young adults ages 18-40 beginning May 3. The Securing the Bag curriculum will assist those interested in creating a resume, LinkedIn profile, and developing an elevator speech. A second course, Level Up Education League, will provide instruction on applying for college scholarships, financial aid, and graduate school.

Register before the May 9th deadline for the two free courses by clicking on the links below

Level Up: Education Coaching https://bit.ly/3tZ0GIH
Securing the Bag: Career Coaching https://bit.ly/3gNkjzJ

A hosting partnership with The Gathering Spot for post COVID 19 events was also announced today. View the full press release and learn more about the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC here: https://bit.ly/3dYIGJb

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. and Experian today announced it would give grants to those facing financia...
04/27/2021

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. and Experian today announced it would give grants to those facing financial hardships due to COVID-19 and in need of rental or mortgage assistance. The 100 is also partnering with Paradigm One to sponsor two 7-week virtual career consulting and professional development courses free of charge to young adults ages 18-40 beginning May 3. A hosting partnership with The Gathering Spot DC for post COVID 19 events was also announced today.

Check out the full press release here: https://bit.ly/3dYIGJb

Register before the May 9th deadline for the two free courses by clicking on the links below

Level Up: https://bit.ly/3tZ0GIH

Securing the Bag: https://bit.ly/3gNkjzJ

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. and Experian today announced it would give grants to those facing financial hardships due to COVID-19 and in need of rental or mortgage assistance. The 100 is also partnering with Paradigm One to sponsor two 7-week virtual career consulting and professional development courses free of charge to young adults ages 18-40 beginning May 3. A hosting partnership with The Gathering Spot DC for post COVID 19 events was also announced today.

Check out the full press release here: https://bit.ly/3dYIGJb

Register before the May 9th deadline for the two free courses by clicking on the links below

Level Up: https://bit.ly/3tZ0GIH

Securing the Bag: https://bit.ly/3gNkjzJ

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. is proud to announce our partnership with Experian to assist in economical...
04/26/2021

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. is proud to announce our partnership with Experian to assist in economically empowering our community.

Check out the full press release here: https://bit.ly/3t1lbDz

#RealMenGivingRealTime #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe #1of100 #100Strong

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. is proud to announce our partnership with Experian to assist in economically empowering our community.

Check out the full press release here: https://bit.ly/3t1lbDz

#RealMenGivingRealTime #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe #1of100 #100Strong

TWO DAYS until our Pathway from High School to a Career in Cyber Security event. Join us via Zoom April 24th. There is a...
04/22/2021

TWO DAYS until our Pathway from High School to a Career in Cyber Security event. Join us via Zoom April 24th.

There is a lack of African Americans in STEM career fields, and as the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington D.C. we strive to bridge that gap.

To register or for more information visit: StemThe100WayCS.eventbrite.com

TWO DAYS until our Pathway from High School to a Career in Cyber Security event. Join us via Zoom April 24th.

There is a lack of African Americans in STEM career fields, and as the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington D.C. we strive to bridge that gap.

To register or for more information visit: StemThe100WayCS.eventbrite.com

Join us via Zoom on April 24th for our Pathway from High School to a Career in Cyber Security event. One of 100 Black Me...
04/18/2021

Join us via Zoom on April 24th for our Pathway from High School to a Career in Cyber Security event. One of 100 Black Men's very own and professional systems engineer, Mr. W.J. Williams, Jr. will be sharing his expertise.

There is a lack of African Americans in STEM career fields, and as the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. we strive to bridge that gap by educating students grades 7-12 on the world of computer science.

To register or for more information visit: StemThe100WayCS.eventbrite.com

Join us via Zoom on April 24th for our Pathway from High School to a Career in Cyber Security event. One of 100 Black Men's very own and professional systems engineer, Mr. W.J. Williams, Jr. will be sharing his expertise.

There is a lack of African Americans in STEM career fields, and as the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. we strive to bridge that gap by educating students grades 7-12 on the world of computer science.

To register or for more information visit: StemThe100WayCS.eventbrite.com

According to data from the United States Department of Labor which publishes the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 'Black or A...
04/15/2021

According to data from the United States Department of Labor which publishes the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 'Black or African-American' people make up only 3% of the information security analysts in the U.S.

There is a lack of African Americans in STEM career fields, and as the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington D.C. we strive to bridge that gap.

Join us via Zoom on April 24th as we educate students grades 7-12 on the world of computer science. We will be reviewing a variety of topics including:

- Password Protection
- Cyber Attacks
- Types of Hackers
- Cyber Security Careers

To register or for more information visit: StemThe100WayCS.eventbrite.com

We hope to see you there!

According to data from the United States Department of Labor which publishes the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 'Black or African-American' people make up only 3% of the information security analysts in the U.S.

There is a lack of African Americans in STEM career fields, and as the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington D.C. we strive to bridge that gap.

Join us via Zoom on April 24th as we educate students grades 7-12 on the world of computer science. We will be reviewing a variety of topics including:

- Password Protection
- Cyber Attacks
- Types of Hackers
- Cyber Security Careers

To register or for more information visit: StemThe100WayCS.eventbrite.com

We hope to see you there!

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. purchased 200 puzzles from Puzzle Huddle, a black owned business, and dona...
03/24/2021

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. purchased 200 puzzles from Puzzle Huddle, a black owned business, and donated the puzzles to six elementary schools in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. Each puzzle represented the STEM field, which is the 100’s primary education focus. Members of the 100 also conducted virtual lab activities with elementary school students that focused on African American scientists and inventors. The 100’s goal is to motivate more minority students to pursue careers in the STEM field. Schools that received the puzzles include:

- Hendley Elementary School, Washington, D.C.,

- Center City Public Charter School - Capitol Hill Campus, Washington, D.C.

- Bishop John T. Walker School, Washington, D.C.

- Carmody Hill Elementary School, Capitol Heights, MD

- Cora Kelly School for Math, Science, and Technology, Alexandria, VA

- Jefferson-Houston PreK-8 IB School, Alexandria, VA

#RealMenGivingRealTime #WhatTheySeeIsWhatTheyllBe

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC salutes women and their contributions to society during Women's History Month...
03/05/2021

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC salutes women and their contributions to society during Women's History Month #100BMOGWDC

The Council of the District of Columbia, invites you to attend their Black History Month program on Wednesday, February ...
02/16/2021

The Council of the District of Columbia, invites you to attend their Black History Month program on Wednesday, February 17th, at 5:30 pm.

The program is virtual and will be streamed on Zoom. This year’s theme is Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Greek Lettered Organizations. On the heels of Vice President and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. member Kamala Harris’ historic win, this program will detail the important role African-American sororities and fraternities have played in shaping American history and culture. This program will highlight the rich history and traditions of these organizations.

You can attend by registering here: https://dccouncil-us.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IShmNj4SQ3C87ld0pnWZ4w

02/12/2021
Nissan Resume Challenge 2020

#ThrowbackThursdayWith100

On January 25, 2020, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC helped their Saturday Leadership Academy students compete in the annual Nissan Resume Challenge. During the competition students were charged with presenting their resume highlighting their academic and professional accomplishments. This annual event helps the students practice and understand the importance of good resume writing and interview skills.

What they see is what they'll be.

We are excited to announce #MotivationalMondaysWith100To celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth we will be sharing quotes from Bla...
02/08/2021

We are excited to announce #MotivationalMondaysWith100

To celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth we will be sharing quotes from Black leaders all over the world.

Start your week off to a great start with us!

Today marks the first day of #BlackHistoryMonth Join us in celebrating the legacy and resilience of Black people while r...
02/01/2021

Today marks the first day of #BlackHistoryMonth

Join us in celebrating the legacy and resilience of Black people while reflecting and pushing forward on the battle for social justice.

Join us for The Art of STEM Workshop Series THIS SATURDAY! To register visit: STEMTHE100WAY.EVENTBRITE.COMFor more infor...
01/28/2021

Join us for The Art of STEM Workshop Series THIS SATURDAY!

To register visit: STEMTHE100WAY.EVENTBRITE.COM

For more information contact: [email protected]

Join us for The Art of STEM Workshop Series! To register visit: STEMTHE100WAY.EVENTBRITE.COMFor more information contact...
01/21/2021

Join us for The Art of STEM Workshop Series!

To register visit: STEMTHE100WAY.EVENTBRITE.COM

For more information contact: [email protected]

Today we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Most of us spend our whole lives searching for a cause to fight for. His words...
01/18/2021

Today we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Most of us spend our whole lives searching for a cause to fight for. His words resonate with us more than ever. His actions serve as a guide for how we can live our lives. What they see is what they'll be. Take a moment to reflect on his life today.

A Special Time.  A Special Cause.  A Special Gift.2020 has been a year unlike any other.  But as we approach the year’s ...
12/01/2020

A Special Time. A Special Cause. A Special Gift.

2020 has been a year unlike any other. But as we approach the year’s end, our thoughts aren’t about the challenges that we’ve faced. Our focus is on the successes that we’ve had.

In 2020, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. has taken a situation that could have easily forced us to close our doors permanently, and turned it into an opportunity to strengthen, and exponentially grow our programming, and support for our youth and our broader community.

#GivingTuesday

Read More https://bit.ly/2KXUKy8

The Howard University Chapter of the Collegiate 100 Introduces Their New Class: Collegiate 102On Friday, November 20th, ...
11/27/2020

The Howard University Chapter of the Collegiate 100 Introduces Their New Class: Collegiate 102

On Friday, November 20th, the Howard University chapter of the Collegiate 100 welcomed 15 new members. Each of these servant leaders are dedicated to being change agents on their campus, and in their communities.

The virtual ceremony featured several special guests. Words of support and encouragement were provided by 100 Black Men’s very own Mr. David Bowers, and Mr. Barry Hudson. The Collegiate 100’s former president and Howard alumnus, Ms. Mekkah Husamadeen, also provided words of wisdom to the newly inducted members.

100 Black Men’s Collegiate 100 Chair, DrGregory L Johnson Johnson, added closing remarks, advising the new members to hold to the wisdom of the great theologian St. Francis of Assisi:

“Let a man be known not merely by words alone, but by his deeds also. The deeds you do may be the only sermon some persons will hear today.”

Each of these individuals are committed to using their individual talents to impact the lives of youth in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area in a positive way!

To learn more about the Howard University Chapter of the Collegiate 100's New Class: Collegiate 102 visit our website at https://bit.ly/36abwCj

100 Black Men & Ridgeline International, Inc. Take Partnership to the Next Level Earlier this year Ridgeline Internation...
11/15/2020

100 Black Men & Ridgeline International, Inc. Take Partnership to the Next Level

Earlier this year Ridgeline International, Inc. initiated a fundraising campaign on the behalf of 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. One of CEO Erik Wittreich’s objectives was to increase opportunities for underserved youths in the STEM field, leading to STEM careers.

The fundraising campaign was incredibly successful, securing a combined total of $20,000. On September, 9th 100 Black Men President, @James Thompson, and a select group of chapter leaders went to the Ridgeline International, Inc. headquarters for the check presentation. To show show that this partnership was extremely important to Ridgeline International, CEO Erik Wittreich had his entire Executive Team attend, including:

- Kay Russell, Director of Human Resources
- Matt Meade, Director of Talent Acquisition
- Amanda Tavares, Research & Development
- Kristie Kendrick, Corporate Communications
- Nick Munchel, Director of Finance
- Joseph Schniebs, Chief Technology Officer & Founder
- Karl Williams, Chief of Operations
- Dr. Eric Bell, Chief Administrative Officer

Read More Here: https://bit.ly/32IOzny

It's Happening Tonight!You focus on taking care of your physical health.  Make sure you are taking care of your mental h...
11/12/2020

It's Happening Tonight!

You focus on taking care of your physical health. Make sure you are taking care of your mental health as well.

100 Black Men Present "Sharpen Your Iron"---An event focused on Male Mental Health in the Black Community.

Register at: https://sharpenyouriron.eventbrite.com100

Just a reminder that our very first "Sharpen Your Iron" event will be held TONIGHT Thursday, November 12th from 7:00 to ...
11/12/2020

Just a reminder that our very first "Sharpen Your Iron" event will be held TONIGHT Thursday, November 12th from 7:00 to 9:00 PM! This event is open to the general public, so please invite the men in your network to attend.

The event is exclusively for men, and will focus on Black mental health---from ways to strengthen your mind, to issues that many Black men address.

Register at: https://sharpenyouriron.eventbrite.com100

100 Black Men Present "Sharpen Your Iron"---An event focused on Male Mental Health in the Black Community.Register at:  ...
11/04/2020

100 Black Men Present "Sharpen Your Iron"---An event focused on Male Mental Health in the Black Community.

Register at: https://sharpenyouriron.eventbrite.com100

Our first "Sharpen Your Iron" event will be held Thursday, November 12th from 7:00 to 9:00 PM. This event is open to the general public, so please invite the men in your network to attend.

The event is exclusively for men, and will focus on Black mental health---from ways to strengthen your mind, to issues that many Black men address.

Our world-class panel will feature:

- Dr. Justin S. Hopkins – Licensed Clinical Psychologist; www.drjshopkins.com

- Dr. Brandon Fields – Industrial – Organizational Psychologist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Therapeutic Mediator, Online Educator

- Cory Daise – Executive Life and Leadership Coach; www.primeprospective.com

You can register at: https://sharpenyouriron.eventbrite.com100

Stepping from the Shadows & Creating Her Own Light: Collegiate 100 Student MaKenzie SmithMaKenzie Smith is a Senior at H...
11/02/2020

Stepping from the Shadows & Creating Her Own Light: Collegiate 100 Student MaKenzie Smith

MaKenzie Smith is a Senior at Howard University in Washington, D.C. She is also the Communications Director of the Howard University Collegiate 100 chapter, an academic scholarship award recipient, a Public Relations major, a dancer, a daughter, a sister, and most importantly, a mentor.

Read the full article here: https://bit.ly/324xkwz

10/25/2020
KingNahh: Spreading Motivation on Good Morning America

2nd SLA Session Focuses on Leadership Types…

On Saturday, October 17th, The 100 held the second session of its Saturday Leadership Academy. The focus of the session was learning the different leadership types. The students were first asked if they were, or could be, leaders. While some students stated that they already were leaders, many students said that they were too young to be a leader because adults were leaders.

For those that said they already were leaders, the next question was what type of leader are you? The room fell silent, because the young men didn’t know much about leadership.

To help the young men out, Mentoring Chairman, Dr. Eric Bell, led an in-depth discussion on 5 types of leadership:

1. Autocratic Leadership
2. Democratic Leadership
3. Laissez Fair Leadership
4. Transformational Leadership
5. Transformational Leadership

After learning about the types of leadership, the students were asked a series of questions:

- What types of leadership have you seen demonstrated at home, at school, our on your sport’s teams?
- What type of leadership works best?
- What type of leader do you want to be?

The discussion that followed was incredibly informative, and entertaining. Hearing young Black boys, newly-informed on different types of leadership, talk about their perspectives and experiences, and the types of leaders that they would like to be made all of the 100 members in the room know that their time was well spent.

Next, the group revisited the question of if they could all be leaders, even the youngest boys in the room. Some of those that had previously said no had changed their minds. But there were still some that believed that they were too young to be a leader.

The session closed with the group watching an 11-year old leader and motivational speaker, named King Nahh. Watching the power and impact of King Nahh’s Transformational Leadership led every student in the room to believe that they can be a leader too.

https://youtu.be/Uom5_6dJOcs

11-year-old motivational speaker who went viral appears live on 'GMA' ABC News Nyeeam Hudson started giving motivational speeches and promoting positivity wh...

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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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"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.
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