FREE Community Health Fair hosted by the 100 Black Men of Triangle East and our partners! Come play basketball, flag football, track and field, cheer, dance, and MORE! Explore ways for kids (K-12) and families to stay active and healthy. We are looking for volunteers (to help with sports-related activities), potential vendors,
Join 100 Black Men of Triangle East Inc. (100 BMTE) at our Scholarship Gala where we will celebrate our past 20 years and continue to shape our future. It will be a fun-filled night of good food, friends, dancing, and laughter, all while raising funds to provide scholarships and help to ensure
By Jessica Patrick, WRAL.com editor and Candace Sweat, WRAL reporter The organizers behind a movement soaring across the country called the #BlackPantherChallenge want to make sure every kid can see the movie this week. Black Panther, which hits theaters on Feb. 16, follows T'Challa or Black Panther who, after the events of "Captain
Kicking off the 2017 Mentoring Program the 100 Black Men of Triangle East became a featured topic on Fox 50's Tarheel Talk, hosted and produced by Emmy Award-winning Sonya Williams. Our very own Al Sullivan, President of the 100 Black Men of Triangle East along with Nate Branscomb, Vice President, Greg McLeod &
In addition to focusing on students' academic achievement, 100 BMTE also instills in our mentees a sense of responsibility to the community at large. It is our goal to give mentees an opportunity to serve those who are less fortunate and instill a lifestyle of civic engagement and service. For the Martin
100 BMTE creates leaders. That's why we teach mentees how to present before an audience. Learning to speak in front of a crowd instills confidence, teaches our young men how to convey information effectively, and makes them persuasive communicators. That's how we Keep It 100.
The view that Interim Chancellor Johnson O. Akinleye and I had as the 2017 Collegiate 100 were acknowledged just before the taking of the oath. These impressive 54 young men of NCCU performed over 2100 hours of community service collectively BEFORE their induction this evening. They are INVESTED in their community and
The Triangle East, NC Chapter was founded in December 1997 to address issues facing the local minority community from Chapel Hill to the eastern coast of North Carolina. Charlotte, Fayetteville, Rocky Mount, Greenville and Wilmington are the other chapters operating in NC. The Triangle East Chapter of 100 Black Men of America,