The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is committed to its community and citizens. Improving the education outcomes of our youth at an early age leads to economic empowerment and helps to change individual lives and entire communities, regions, states and nations. Project SOAR, the 100's education transformation initiative, is designed to improve the college and career readiness of African-American youth.
The goal of the High-Quality Public Education Awareness and Advocacy initiative is to foster and facilitate dialogues in the community about the need for high performing public school options available and accessible for African-American youth.
The 100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston is sponoring an "Education Conversation" event so we can have this discussion in our local community. We invite the Houston community to attend this event and express your thoughts and ideas on this subject matter.
We will have a panel of education professionals in the Houston area including:
Dr. Marlon Smith, Neighborhood Centers, Inc.
Dr. Roland Smith, Texas Association of Black Personnel in Higher Education
Charles Savage, Fifth Ward Enrichment Inc.
Dr. Reginald Brown, CoachCounselor, LLC
Eric Coleman, Charter School Administrator