Economic Empowerment during COVID

The 100 Black Men of America defines economic empowerment as “the ability to be self-determined in creating dreams, pursuing them and ultimately perpetuating them by establishing the mechanisms to sustain generational wealth.” To this end, the 100 Black Men of Greater Milwaukee seeks to drive economic empowerment for Black Milwaukeeans with programs that promotes financial literacy and independence during COVID and beyond.

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* 1. What are the top 3 economic empowerment issues The 100 should address in the Milwaukee community, especially during this time of COVID? (Select up to 3)

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* 5. I am aware of The 100 Black Men’s previous programs in economic empowerment (i.e., Project P.A.I.D. in Full, Ally Wallet Wise).

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* 6. I want to learn how financial issues affect my life especially during this time of COVID

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* 7. I am interested in The 100 Black Men’s programs on economic empowerment

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* 8. The 100 Black Men of America began in 1963 when concerned African American men explored ways to improve conditions in their communities. These visionaries included businessmen, and industry leaders, and has grown to over 10,000 members and reached over 125,000 underserved minority youth annually. Our motto is “What They See is What They’ll Be”. Notable members include Spike Lee, Michael Jordan, Sidney Poitier, and Dr. Cornel West.

The 100 Black Men of Greater Milwaukee, Inc, founded in 1989 serves as a beacon of leadership, creating environments for African American children to achieve, and driving African Americans to become self-sufficient. Notable members include Dr. Kenneth Harris, Dr. Eric Waters, and Dr. Larry Waters. 

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* 10. Please check the box if you would like membership information for The 100 Black Men of Greater Milwaukee

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