100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.




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The Mission of the 100 Black Men of Madison, 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 Madison, 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 Madison, 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.


100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.
P.O. Box 787
Madison, Wisconsin 53701-0787
(608) 205-8572

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc. - 2013 Year-end Review

Upcoming Events

18 March 2017
100 Black Men of Madison General Membership Meeting

The 18 March 100 Black Men of Madison General Membership Meetings will be held from 8:00-10:00 a.m., Bonefish Grill, 7345 Mineral Point Road, Madison, WI 53711.  

Madison Alders, Samba Baldeh (District 17), Sheri Carter (District 14), Maurice Cheeks (District 10) and Barbara McKinney (District 1) will serve as keynote speakers at the March meeting of the 100 Black Men of Madison.

Please note, the March meeting is restricted to Members of the 100 Black Men of Madison and approved guests. To initiate the approval process, contact president@100blackmenmadison.com.


30 March 2017
School Board Candidate Forum

Madison Metropolitan School Board Candidates;  Ali Muldrow, Kate Toews, Ed Hughes and Nicki Vander Meulen will participate in a Candidate Forum,  6:00 PM, 30 March at the Urban League of Greater Madison, 2222 S. PARK ST.


1 April 2017
African American History Challege Bowl
The 2017 African American History Challenge Bowl will be held Saturday, 1 April at the Doyle Administration Building of the Madison Metropolitan School District.

The 100 Black Men of Madison African American History Challenge Bowl (AAHCB) is an educational program designed to enhance the appreciation and study of African American history. The AAHCB is open to all Madison Metropolitan School District Middle School Students with the goal of encouraging pride, self-worth and an appreciation of the African American.

The AAHCB is also a challenging and fun way for students to expand their knowledge of African American History in highly competitive local and national competitions.


5 May 2017
Project SOAR Mentor and Mentee Recognition Ceremony

Today, within the context of our community, there are few actions more important than the education and mentoring of African American children.

In concert with our Mission and Values, the 100 Black Men of Madison seek to recognize those educators and mentors who have demonstrated an extraordinary sense of humility and a strong commitment to continual improvement, based upon a fundamental motivation to inspire student success.

At this event, those who have made positive differences in the lives of our children will be recognized and celebrated.


31 July 2017
100 Black Men of Madison Annual Golf Outing
The Annual Golf Outing of the 100 Black Men of Madison will be staged Monday, 31 July, at The Oaks Golf Course, 4740 Pierceville Road, Cottage Grove, WI 53527. Proceeds from this event will be utilized to support the 100 BMM's commitment to the intellectual development of youth and the economic empowerment of the African-American Community based on the precepts of respect for family, spirituality, justice and integrity.





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Project SOAR (Student Opportunities, Access and Readiness)

The target population of Project SOAR is African American male students, ages 12 -17, enrolled in either a middle school or high school of the Madison Public School District. The Madison Project SOAR will incorporate and serve students who are economically disadvantaged, from single parent homes, homeless, involved in foster care, involved in the juvenile justice system and other African American students who can benefit from the Project offerings.
Those interested in participating in the SOAR Project, should access the following:

SOAR One-to-One Mentoring Registration,Click Here
SOAR Career Academy InstructorInformation & Registration, Click Here
SOAR  Success AcademyInstructor Information & Registration, Click Here


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