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 the conditions in their community.
Since inception, the vision has materialized to be shared by more than 110 chapters with over 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 change their trajectory.
Our local chapter, The 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia was founded in June 1996 after a group led by Sam Hart, Sr. decided the Macon-Middle Georgia area, and specifically Macon at the time, could benefit from the programmatic approach of The 100.
The mission of The 100 Black Men of Macon-Middle Georgia is to improve the quality of life within our communities, and enhance educational and economic opportunities.
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