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100 Black Men of America, Incorporated
The overall concept of the 100 began in New York in 1963 when a group of concerned African American men began to meet to explore ways of improving conditions in their community. The group eventually adopted the name, "100 Black Men, Inc." as a sign of solidarity. These men envisioned an organization that would implement programs designed to improve the quality of life for African Americans and other minorities. They also wished to ensure the future of their communities by aiming an intense number of resources toward youth development. These members were successful black men from various walks of life. These visionaries were business and industry leaders such as David Dinkins, Robert Mangum, Dr. William Hayling, Nathaniel Goldston III, Livingston Wingate, Andrew Hatcher, and Jackie Robinson.
The mission of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is to improve the quality of life within our communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans.
100 Black Men of America, Inc. 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 of the communities we serve.
100 Black Men of America, Inc. is committed to the intellectual development of youth and the economic empowerment of the African American community based on the following precepts: respect for family, spirituality, justice, and integrity.

Mentoring the 100 Way

A holistic mentoring program that addresses the social, emotional and cultural needs of children ages 8-18. Members of the 100 are trained and certified to become mentors, advocates, and role models for the youth within their communities. Through chapter operated one-on-one and group mentoring efforts, our members forge relationships that positively impact our greatest resource: our youth. The program focuses on building essential skills needed to become productive, contributing citizens.

Workshops for children and youth include topics such as:

Positive Self Identity and Personal Vision

Life Skills

Social and Emotional Skills

Moral Character

Work Ethic

Lifelong Learning

All Mentoring the 100 Way techniques are developed using S.M.A.R.T. goals and utilize the following mentoring relationship models.

National Contact Information:

Mr. Albert E. Dotson Jr. Curley M. Dossman Jr.
Chairman of the Board Vice Chairman of Operations
100 Black Men of South Florida, Inc. 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc.
200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Suite 2500 5752 Rutland Trace
Miami, Florida 33131 Lithonia, Georgia 30058
(305) 350-2411 (404) 652-4182
(305) 351-2217 FAX (404) 749-2754 FAX

Florida Chapters:

100 Black Men of Greater Ft. Lauderdale, Inc.
President: Mr. Dennis L. Wright
10097 Cleary Blvd. Suite 302
Plantation, FLORIDA 33312

100 Black Men of Jacksonville, Inc.
President: Mr. Robert Porter
1336 W. Edgewood Avenue
Jacksonville, FLORIDA 32203

100 Black Men of Northwest Florida Panhandle, Inc.
President: Mr. George Moultrie
PO Box 571
Graceville, FLORIDA 32440

100 Black Men of Pensacola, Inc.
President: Mr. Frederick Gant
P O Box 18536
Pensacola, FLORIDA 32523

100 Black Men of Orlando, Inc.
President: Mr. Ronald O. Rogers
P.O. Box 547683
Orlando, FLORIDA 32804

100 Black Men of South Florida, Inc.
President: Mr. Bobby Hall
16280 SW 14th Street
Pembroke Pines, FLORIDA 33027

100 Black Men of Tallahassee, Inc.
President: Mr. Chriss Walker
PO Box 6218
Tallahassee, FLORIDA 32314-6218

100 Black Men of Tampa Bay, Inc.
President: Mr. Henry L. Bell, Jr.
3837 Northdale Blvd
Tampa, FLORIDA 33624