Hotline Fax and Address

HOTLINE

718.455.9059

 

FAX

718.455.9059

 

ADDRESS

593 VANDERBILT AVE.

SUITE 133

BROOKLYN, NY 11238

HISTORY

"100 Blacks" was founded in 1995 by a core group of concerned African Americans representing a variety of professions within the field of law enforcement. The number of those men and women who wanted to participate in being part of a social solution instead of a passive problem quickly grew to 100 and beyond. These individuals all shared a sense of community, cultural and professional pride. This pride was accompanied by an unfulfilled desire to "give back" in some meaningful way. Through skillful organization and administration, 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care was born. In that first year, $10,000 in grant monies was collected from the membership and distributed to needy individuals and organizations all over the City of New York.

 

 

MISSION

  1. To fulfill our moral mandate to our creator, to enhance and cultivate the blessings that have been bestowed upon us.
  2. To serve as a model organization for individuals and other professionals in our communities so that we can again take our rightful place on the stage of history as a free, proud, and productive people.
  3. To offer (via non repayable grants) a minimum of $1,000 a month to a worthy cause in the African American community
  4. To be the vanguard for justice on the behalf of those who traditionally have no voice in society
  5. To vigorously challenge racism, sexism and all of the debilitating ism's that retard the growth of today's global community
  6. To economically empower our people by pooling our resources
  7. To uplift our people through education

 

WE VOW TO NEVER STOP UNTIL VICTORY IS WON!

HELPFUL TIPS

When an Incident Occurs... click here

If You Are Stopped By The Police In Your Car... click here

When the Police Knock at your Door click here

If Stopped in the Street by Police click here

Workshops

WORKSHOPS

Want to attend a survival workshop? Click here to register and become informed!

100 Blacks On TV

100 BLACKS ON TV

Community Cop

Watch 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care...every Tuesday from 5pm - 6pm on the live call in show "COMMUNITY COP". Manhattan Neighborhood Network (ch. 34) and Brooklyn Community Access Television (ch 56/69).