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NBC 4 Interviews 100 Black Men Leaders During National Mentoring Month

January was National Mentoring Month.  On Sunday, January 21st Pat Lawson Muse, from NBC Washington, interviewed 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC President, Ivory Johnson, STEM Committee Chairman, Kevin Walter Smith, and Health & Wellness Committee Chairman, Jesse Parker on News 4 Sunday.  The conversation focused on the 100’s mentoring, and other programs.



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STEM The 100 Way Continues At National Collegiate Prep.

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC’s Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics initiative, STEM The 100 Way, provides educational enrichment opportunities to address the technological divide in African-American and other under-served communities in the Greater Washington, DC metropolitan area.  The goal of the STEM The 100 Way is to offer a hands-on STEM program and activities, and to provide exposure to new experiences in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math.


The 100 is excited to continue its partnership with National Collegiate Preparatory Public Charter High School in Washington,

Message from our President

In 2018, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC remains committed to expanding our focus on mentoring children and building on the strong foundation that has been established over 23 years of service to our community.  While private industry has constructed a pipeline from the school system to the prison system, we too must build our own machine to counter the negative forces at play.


Middle school is a critical moment in a child’s life, as studies show 68% of all high school drop-outs happen within the first two years of high school. To the extent that we can increase the level of engagement with students,

The Collegiate 100 chapter at Howard University spends the day creating their strategic plan

The Collegiate 100 chapter at Howard University spends the day creating their strategic plan on March 24th. We are excited to note that two of our collegiate members were voted president of their colleges at the university:

Mekkah Husamadeen – President of the School of Communications
Marquis Taylor – President of the College of Arts & Science