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About Us


The purpose of the 100 Black Men of Central Virginia (100 BMOCV) is to improve the quality of life within the community and advocate eliminating the achievement gap of African American (AA) male students through mentoring by the members. The organization is inclusive in its efforts for public involvement. 100 BMOCV is a non-profit organization and non-partisan.


The 100 Black Men of Central Virginia advocate for the elimination of the achievement gap of African American males in grades K -12.


The 100 Black Men of Central Virginia is committed to advocating for progressive change in Central Virginia communities in education, health, civics, and economics. In addition to mentoring young African American males in our communities, 100 Black Men of Central Virginia provides mentorship and support to the men who are members of our organization.

Geographic Focus

The geographical area of focus for membership and service to public school youth includes the City of Charlottesville and the surrounding counties of Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson, and Orange.

About Us: Education

General Members

Josephus Allmond, J.D.

Dr. Wes Bellamy

James Bland

Bruce Boling

Dr. Martin Burks, III

Dr. Martin Burks, IV

Corey Clayborne

Pastor William Coles

Daniel Fairley, II

Dr. L. Bernard Hairston

Michael Kimble

John Leech

Charles Lewis

Dr. Marcus Martin, Sr.

Brian Mason

Mark Menafee

Dr. Benegal Paige

Graham Paige

David Simmons

Dan Sparks

Juandiego Wade

Andrae Watson

James Watson

Rev. Dr. Rickey White

Bernard Whitsett, II

Howard Witt

About Us: Volunteer Work
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