A diverse audience of more than 500 New York and national movers and shakers gathered at the Marriott Marquis Grand Ballroom on Thursday, February 21st for One Hundred Black Men, Inc. of New York City’s 50th Anniversary celebration and 33rd Annual Benefit Gala. Continue reading
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Tagged 100 Black Men of America, Carl McCall, David Ushery, General Motors, Georgia, McDonald, Metro Areas, New York, New York City, New York City Metro, One Hundred Black Men, United States, Vice president
The members of the founding chapter of One Hundred Black Men, Inc. wish to extend our most heartfelt condolences to the family of one of our founders and past presidents, J. Bruce Llewellyn.
He played a pivotal role in our path of influence and success, and will be sorely missed.
A son of Harlem, Llewellyn was an academic achiever who developed into the quintessential entrepreneur with business interests that spanned the globe. Continue reading
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Tagged Arthur Barnes, Dr. Cyril Tyson, Dr. Roscoe Brown, Esq., Inc., J. Bruce Llewellyn, Jr., Judge Robert Mangum, Luther R. Gatling, One Hundred Black Men, Paul T. Williams
On the heels of the White House Bipartisan Meeting on Health Reform, the One Hundred Black Men, Inc. of New York City saluted health care industry leaders at its 30th Annual Benefit Gala, whose theme was, “Restoring Health & Building Bridges.” Continue reading