©2019 by 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock.

HISTORY

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 conditions in their community.  These visionaries included businessmen and industry leaders such as David Dinkins, Robert Mangum, Dr. William Hayling, Nathaniel Goldston III, Livingston Wingate Andrew Hatcher, and Jackie Robinson.  Since inception, the vision has materialized to be shared by more than 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 life trajectory.The Greater Little Rock 100 Black Men Chapter was established in 1999.  For twenty years the Greater Little Rock Chapter has served its community through mentoring, service, and programs

 

Mission Statement


The mission of the 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock Chapter is to improve the quality of life within our communities through Mentoring, Education, Health and Wellness and Economic Development.


Vision Statement


This vision of the 100 Black Men of Greater Little Rock is to strengthen our youth’s mental, physical, and moral development through our programs while building collective partnerships.


Core Values


Integrity—“We believe in acting with honesty, integrity, and morality while always striving for truth and justice in all we do”


Excellence—“We believe in challenging ourselves to the highest level of learning and performance, tapping the best of the human spirit to make an impact on those we serve.”


Community—“We believe in the importance of collaboration and shared leadership and to work do develop positive family relationships and partnerships with the individuals we serve and the communities that we live.”


Leadership—“We believe in leading by example, committed to the spiritual and intellectual development of both our members and the youth that we serve in order to affect positive change”.


Teamwork—“We believe in committing to common goals based on open and honest communication while showing concern and support for each other.”


Achievement—“We believe in recognizing and rewarding meaningful contributions and outstanding performance.”


Innovation—“We believe in challenging existing practices…Striving to find ways to continuously improve.”