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2016 Men of Honor Gala

  100 Black Men of Omaha (100BMO) will host its 11th Men of Honor Gala on Saturday, April 23, 2016. The Omaha community is invited to join members of 100 Black Men in celebration of the organization’s 21st year of service. This year’s fundraiser will take place at the Hilton Omaha, 1001 Cass Street. The Gala will recognize individuals who, through their service, demonstrate an exceptional commitment to the mission of the 100BMO and raises needed funds to support 100BMO programs Read More...

16th African American History Challenge

The 16th African-American History Challenge (AAHC) was held on Saturday, February 27, 2016 at North Magnet High School, 4410 North 36th Street, Omaha, NE 68111. The History Challenge, collaboration between the 100 Black Men of Omaha and Omaha Public Schools was sponsored in part by Cox Communications, the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Great Plains Black History Museum and First Data Corporation. This year’s winners were Beveridge Middle School in the Junior Division and Benson High School in the Senior Read More...

Please Spread The Word Mentors Needed!

January is National Mentoring Month. Did you know, in the Omaha metro area, the number of youth needing mentors greatly exceeds the available supply of volunteers who serve as mentors? To address this issue, the 100 Black Men of Omaha will be hosting recruitment events throughout the month of January. We would like to invite you and your friends to help us SPREAD THE WORD and attend: Wiley Phillips Wild Game Feast sponsored by the New Era Layman  Zion Baptist Church Read More...

The 29th Annual National Conference of 100 Black Men of America

The 29th Annual National Conference of 100 Black Men of America comprised of 110 Chapters was held in Houston, Texas June 3rd – 7th. Representing the 100 Black Men of Omaha at the National African American History Challenge was Burke High School and Beveridge Magnet Middle School.   The 100 Black Men of Omaha’s Junior Division, Brannon Evans, Maylana Russell and Adonis Forte’, coached by Chad Carlson, took FIRST PLACE in the National Junior Division.  As First Place finishers, they Read More...