100 BMOCV Scholar Hours

The 100 Black Men Of Central Virginia is proud to announce a new tutoring initiative called “Scholar Hour”! This virtual study hall will be held for one hour every afternoon Monday-Thursday to help our young Black men gain a sense of community and scholarship. During this time we will have highly qualified tutors and teachers who are ready to help 5th through 8th-grade black men with their homework and missed assignments. Individual tutoring is provided upon request and pending availability.

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100 Black Men of
Central Virginia

Welcome and thanks for visiting our site! We invite you to take a moment and look around. To learn more about our Board of Directors, how to donate, purchase tickets to our annual gala, programs, and membership levels. Please consider donating to help our young men!

 
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100 Black Men Town Hall

On Thursday, June 11th, the 100 Black Men of Central Virginia facilitated a much-needed conversation on racism and the role our community's youth will have in driving sustainable change. The panelists included Noelle Morris and Naquel Perry Jr., who represent the Black Student Union at Charlottesville and Albemarle High School respectively. We gained insights from Charlottesville Police Chief Dr. RaShall Brackney and Albemarle Commonwealth's Attorney Jim Hingeley. If you missed the event, please click the link below to watch the recording.

 

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P.O. Box 8226 Charlottesville, VA 22906

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