About the 100
The movement started in New York in 1963
A Brief History Of The 100 Black Men Of America
The overall concept of the 100 began in 1963 in New York City when a group of concerned African American men began to meet to explore ways of improving conditions in their community. These visionaries included businessmen and industry leaders such as David Dinkins, Robert Mangum, Dr. William Hayling, Nathaniel Goldstone III, Livingston Wingate Andrew Hatcher, and Jackie Robinson.
Since inception, the vision has materialized to be shared by more than 10,000 members reaching over 125,000 underserved, underrepresented minority youth annually. Our motto, “What They See Is What They’ll Be,” very succinctly expresses how our programmatic services rendered to disadvantaged, disenfranchised and low-income youth and families positively changes their life trajectory.
Board Of Directors
Dr. David Morrow
Dr. Tyrone Spears
CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
VICE-PRESIDENT OF PROGRAMS
Willie W. Williams Esq.
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS LIAISON
SEARGENT AT ARMS
CHAIRMAN OF MENTORING
CHAIRMAN OF EDUCATION
CHAIRMAN OF HEALTH & WELLNESS
CHAIRMAN OF ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
Keith Fredric Willis, Esq.
Dr. Tyrone Spears
The Nation’s Top African American Led Mentoring Organization
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Our ongoing commitment to continuously improve and implement our programmatic initiatives is what drives us. Helping shape our mentees realize their potential by showing them how to be successful and significant, stressing the importance of obtaining and applying education, and providing them the tools that empower them for self-sufficiency, cultivated civic, and business leadership.
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