History of 100 Black Men of the Virginia Peninsula, Inc.

William A. Hines Jr.

In October 1990, a discussion between William A. Hines, Jr., Dr. Anthony Sibley and Ross M. Hines resulted in an agreement to establish a local chapter of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. From that point the three men began to recruit potential members from various professions. In November 1990, a meeting was held at the home of William and Carolyn Hines and the idea was adopted with record speed. A few weeks after that historic meeting, the first set of By-Laws was drafted and later the Articles of Incorporation were filed.

The Virginia Peninsula Chapter of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. remains committed to making a difference in the lives of young people, especially young African Americans. Our Role Model / Mentor program, “Mentoring the 100 Way Program” is one of our programs. We have also established a scholarship fund that will assist minority students seeking a college education, we hold a free Men Health Clinic and we are teaching our youth financial literacy.

The 100 Black Men of the Virginia Peninsula, Inc. sincerely believe that we can make a difference.

Mission Statement

The mission of 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is to improve the quality of life within our communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans.

Vision Statement

The 100 Black of America, Inc. seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing our diverse talents to create environments where our children are motivated to achieve and to empower our people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities we serve

Value Statement

The 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is committed to the intellectual development of youth and the economic empowerment of the African American community based on the following precepts: respect for family, spirituality, justice and integrity.

Dr. Anthony Sibley & Ross M. Hines