100 Black Men
For more than four decades, “100 Black Men” chapters around the globe have touched the lives of more than 500-thousand young people. In South Florida, the volunteer organization provides mentoring, scholarships and leadership training to young African-American men. The “100 Black Men of South Florida” chapter has programs year-round. We focus on the difference the organization makes, why the work it does is so important to all of us, and how you can get involved.
A prayer breakfast was held at the Antioch Missionary Baptist Church of Miami Gardens Saturday, the church where Trayvon Martin’s mother worships, to talk about what black youth and teens need to do to protect themselves in a society where they can be targets, like many feel Trayvon was.