The 100 Black Men of America, Incorporated is an international, non-profit organization established in 1963. The membership consists of over 10,000 African-American men across the chapters. The 100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston was charted in 1994 and has provided over 23 years of service to the Houston community. The members of the 100 Black Men are esteemed leaders and community advocates. Our members are physicians, civic leaders, lawyers, ministers, and volunteers who are committed to building a better future for our community and youth.

We have a rich history of programs that improve the African American community and positively impact the economic development of African-Americans. Programs such as Keeping Our Kids Out of the Criminal Justice Pipeline, Mentoring to Medicine, Next Chapter: A

College Tour Experience, Collegiate Leadership Forum and STEM help youth develop to their fullest potential. Through our mentoring program, we have impacted thousands of youth and provided over 2,000 hours of mentoring. Because of our premier programs, the chapter and its members have been the recipient of numerous awards and honors.


I am honored and privileged to serve as President of the 100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston. With your support and partnership, we will continue to develop transformational programs meet the needs of the African-American community. We welcome partnerships with organizations, corporations, and foundations that share the vision of improving the quality of life for African-American families and youth. Thank you for your support and we look forward to working with you in the future.


In Brotherhood and service,


Kenneth Robinson Jr., President

100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston Inc.


"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the one we've been waiting for. We are the change we seek." – Barack Obama


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