Today, in Black History Month, we remember and celebrate the life and legacy of Thomas W. Dortch, Jr..
One year ago, on February 15, 2023, we said goodbye to a remarkable soul, a beacon of light whose impact continues to resonate far beyond his time with us. His legacy is woven into the fabric of countless communities, industries, and organizations, where his unwavering dedication to uplifting the underserved, particularly our youth, left an indelible mark.
Through his tireless efforts across diverse sectors, from education to corporate partnerships, from civic engagement to advocacy at all levels of government, Chairman Emeritus Dortch exemplified what it means to be a true servant leader. As a stalwart member and former Chairman of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc., he not only led by example but inspired others to join him in the pursuit of equity and empowerment.
Though we continue to feel the absence of his presence, today, on this anniversary, we choose to celebrate the extraordinary life he lived and the profound impact he made. Let us honor Mr. Dortch's memory by carrying forward his legacy of service, compassion, and advocacy for those who need it most. Together, we can ensure that his light continues to shine brightly in the world he worked so tirelessly to improve. Rest in power, dear brother. You are deeply missed but never forgotten. 🕊️✨ ... See MoreSee Less
It is with great pleasure to announce our Spring Class of 2024 Collegiate 100 inductees on the campus of the University of South Alabama. This distinguished group of young men were inducted on Sunday at the official pinning ceremony held at USA and will join an impressive brotherhood of leaders on campus. Please help us congratulate and welcome these stellar young leaders as they prepare to forge a pathway to excellence with a commitment to uplifting their surrounding communities. #collegiate100usa#100mobile... See MoreSee Less
If our ancestors didn’t accept failure in slavery, they proved it was apart of our DNA. Look what happened to Native Americans. We went low to rise high. You got yourself something.
The 100 serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing our diverse talents to create environments where children are motivated to achieve and become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities we serve. ... See MoreSee Less
Today, we honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., a beacon of hope and catalyst for change. Let's reflect on his teachings of justice, equality, and unity. Together, we can continue to build a future where everyone's dreams are realized. #MLKDay#100BlackMen... See MoreSee Less
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Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” Martin Luther King, Jr. ... See MoreSee Less