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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Citizen Participation, Civil Rights, Human Service Organizations, Human Services

Mission: The mission of the 100 black men

Target demographics: Vision:100 Black Men of Long Beach Inc. is to serve as a catalyst to improve the quality of life for our community: Mentoring, Education, Health, Economic

Direct beneficiaries per year: Over 200 young men directly and thousands in our sessions, visit to local communities, schools and community groups!

Geographic areas served: Long Beach CA and Greater Los Angeles

Programs: Mentoring for young men 8 to 18 with an emphasis on instilling "Growth Mindset lifestyle and philosophies", academic preparedness, community involvement training. We also have Health, Education and Economic Empowerment projects.

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It was our privilege and honor to present the 2018 Annual Villager Award to Jesse Johnson Jr., founder of “100 Black Men of Long Beach.” Mr. Johnson accepted the award on behalf of Dr. Lance Robert , President. This distinguished award is presented to individuals and organizations who are Exemplars of “Lifting as we Climb!” “100 Black Men of Long Beach” was applauded for the positive grassroots impacts it continues to make on many lives.
Mr. Johnson shared the story of the founding of the Long Beach organization, and its connection to, and influence of, the 100 Black Men of America organization. He described the success of their mentoring and other inspiring, empowering, and impactful programs for young men. These men are creating avenues of success for tomorrow’s leaders today. Mr. Eric Burroughs, member of 100 Black Men of Long Beach, consistently assures a presence of this organization’s efforts in all areas of the community. We urge on—going support of their mission. We wish them continuing success as their success strengthens the success of our too often underserved communities. The “100 Black Men of Long Beach moves our status from underserved... to served with opportunity and mentorship. “