Austin Justice Coalition Rally and March

The 100 attended the Austin Justice Coalition Rally and March to show our support of the injustices in the Black Community.  Over 5,000 protesters came out to march for change in the Austin community and across the nation.  Members of the 100 serve as Voter Deputy Registrars and provided mail-in voter registration forms to ensure our vote count in the July and November elections.


100 Volunteers at the Central Texas Food Bank in Manor, Texas

The 100 volunteered at Central Texas Food Bank in Manor, Texas.  Volunteers danced while giving back! Special thanks to the Manor Texas COVID 19 Task Force for inviting us.

My volunteers are better than y’all’s 😂😂❤️❤️ Just having FUN While serving our Community!! Up early this morning serving our community with over 350 Boxes of Food!#ManorTexasCovid19DisasterRelief, #100BlackMen, #CeledonPropertyGroup, #ServingOurCommunity, #CityOfManor, #ManorISD, #CentralTexasFoodBank

Posted by Monique Celedon on Friday, May 29, 2020

African American History Curriculum in Texas High Schools

100 Black Men of Austin, Inc. members Karl Spencer, Kevin Cokley, and a number of community leaders throughout Texas testified last November in support of implementing the African American Studies curriculum in Texas high schools. We’re proud to say, it was approved today by a unanimous vote!

Please see the attached article that has included the African American curriculum.

BREAKING NEWS: Texas has first statewide African American studies course