100 Black Men of American Incorporated

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100 Black Men of American Incorporated
100 Black Men of American Incorporated is listed in the Associations category in Atlanta, Georgia. Displayed below are the social networks for 100 Black Men of American Incorporated which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of 100 Black Men of American Incorporated on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 48.

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141 Auburn Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 688-3154

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100 Black Men of American Incorporated has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that 100 Black Men of American Incorporated has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Atlanta, Georgia is 34 and in the category is 39. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Improving education, access to healthcare, support for social services, voting rights and holding our elected officials accountable are a few critical items determined by today’s Special Elections being held for Georgia's 6th Congressional District. Get Out & Vote, this is Pivotal!

Where is Justice and how do you get it? This is a question that EVERY American should be concerned with! Unfortunately, too many Americans see obtaining Justice as an issue for “Black” Americans to seek and one they need not worry themselves over. Additionally, for far too many Black Americans, Justice has been a concept rather than a reality. After waiting nearly a year, a verdict of “Not Guilty” was delivered in the fatal police shooting of Philando Castile by Officer Jeronimo Yanez. Mr. Castile was fatally shot 5 times while seated in his car during a traffic stop. The video of the incident clearly shows Mr. Castile wasn’t being disrespectful; he wasn’t being belligerent; nor was he aggressive. In fact, testimony and video show that he was complying with every action requested of him by the officer. Further, with his girlfriend sitting next to him in the passenger seat and her baby girl in the back seat, Officer Yanez shoots 5 times into the vehicle. Why isn’t America outraged that a “Not Guilty” verdict could even be considered? Why isn’t America outraged that a police officer discharged his weapon multiple times into a vehicle with a four-year-old child in the back seat? AMERICA, we have seen this same verdict officer after officer. When will our elected officials stand for justice and ensure that the children and families of our communities are protected and served rather than harassed and killed? Do we need to elect new legislators in order for them to take notice and take action regarding these egregious killings and traumatic treatment of our citizens? This continued hypocrisy and lack of respect for the lives of “Black” Americans by “ALL” Americans is repulsive. Let me be clear this failure is NOT just for Black America! When America turns its head and ignores systemic issues such as these, it speaks volumes. The messages sent say, “We don’t value you, your families or communities.” and “We don’t value the contributions you’ve made, are making or have the potential to make in the future.” The messages say, “We are ok that you don’t have the same sense of security that we feel when you go about your daily routines.”, “We’re fine that you know that you can be murdered and no one will be held accountable.” and “We’re content knowing that our fellow Americans live under a blanket of oppression and tyranny like the days of Jim Crow Laws, cross-burnings, and hangings.” If these are the messages that Americans are comfortable sending, then we certainly shouldn’t be surprised by the response! We must ensure our elected officials hear us on voting day! So, I close as I opened, where is Justice and how do you get it? Brian Pauling is the President and CEO of 100 Black Men of America, Inc.

On behalf of 100 Black Men of America, Inc., we would like to take this moment and say Happy Father's Day! #100blackmen


On behalf of 100 Black Men of America, Inc., we would like to take this moment and say Happy Father's Day! twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


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Thank you to @HyattTweets for hosting 100 Black Men of America, Inc 31st Annual Conference in New Orleans! #100ACNOLA17 #100BlackMen


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