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  • City council establishes Tommy Dortch Day with a proclamation recognizing legacy: November 21, 2022
    Nov. 7 is now Thomas W. Dortch Jr. Day in Atlanta. To honor his contributions to the people of Atlanta and the state as a whole, the Atlanta City Council has declared Nov. 7 as Thomas W. Dortch Jr. Day in honor of 100 Black Men of America chairman Tommy Dortch. For over 50 years, Dortch’s...
  • Atlanta Proclaims Thomas Dortch Jr. Day: November 7, 2022
    Atlanta Councilwoman Marci Collier Overstreet and the City of Atlanta recognizes November 7th as Thomas Dortch Jr. Day. Thomas Dortch Jr. is an international business owner, leading executive, philanthropist and advocate who has worked tirelessly to connect historically disenfranchised communities with equitable solutions. Dortch joined his mentee, Dr. Rashad Richey, on The Rashad Richey Morning...
  • Thomas W. Dortch, Jr., Chairman, 100 Black Men of America, Inc. Rings NYSE Closing Bell October 24, 2022
     Atlanta, GA – October 24, 2022 – 100 Black Men of America, Inc., the largest volunteer network of black men focused on mentoring minority youth, celebrated their long and successful history of educating and empowering deserving youth. The bell ringing commemorates the 36th Anniversary of their global headquarters being founded, which connected chapters from coast...