The 100 Black Men of Las Vegas, Inc. is a membership organization whose mission is to mentor young minority boys who are in the 3rd-12th grade in school. The organization was founded in 2000 by Larry Mosely because of the concern that to many minority boys were being sent to special education because of behavior problems. We mentor in three schools, Joe Mackey, Wendell P. Williams and the Imagine 100 Academy of Excellence., a charter school started by the 100 Black Men of Las Vegas. We get our support through membership dues, the United Way, Combined Federal Campaign, and corporate support from Cox, MGM, Harrah, and State Farm. Our goal is to change the behavior of minority youth to reduce behavior problems, improve attendance, get better grades, and succeed in school and the community.
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