In Service To Our Community

100 Black Men of Madison and COVID-19

Food Security

We will endeavor to expand the provision of nutritional food and support where basic needs have been greatly curtailed for all and totally removed for many.

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Virtual Learning Connectivity

With respect to health as the main priority, we aim to help our mentors assist youth with their well-being and education.

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Mentoring & Direction

We will continue to stay connected with the youth of our community of which we have a relationship, ensuring responsibilities for their well-being are prioritized.

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Factual Communication

We will continue to email announcements from our community-based organizations that respect current stay-at-home orders by the state.

 

From Our Community, To Our Community

In Their Own Words
Coronavirus and College Athletics

Sean Frazier

Athletic Director

Northern Illinois University

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Talking to Your Kids About COVID-19

Dr. Diane C. Gooding

Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry

UW-Madison

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A Message to the Madison Community

Dr. Tremayne Clardy

Chief of Schools - Middle Schools

Madison Metropolitan School District

Coronavirus: Get The Facts

In concert with the 100 Black Men of America’s Health & Wellness platform, the 100 Black Men of Madison seeks to provide helpful background information on the current prevalence of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

 

Please click on the video above, a presentation presented by Dr. Peter Lin, a Canadian family physician, clearly explaining essential coronavirus information to the public. For more information, we encourage everyone to get the most accurate information from the CDC.gov website.

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Our Partners

Corporate Partners

Educational Partners

 

Time and again, we are reminded in our service that the kids who struggle in school don't have trouble learning as much as they have trouble living. Right now, our current situation takes that reality to a whole new level.

Living To Learn

Local/Federal Resources for Dane County Residents 

Protecting Your Health

Guideline for Preventive Measures and Recovery

The CDC's website is a primary source for accurate and comprehensive guidance to help you navigate COVID-19 effectively.

Online Health Screenings

If you believe you are having symptoms, you can use the COVID-19 Screening Service that explains self-care, isolation, and guidance on whether further testing and medical attention is required.

Stay Informed

Safer at Home Order

Gov. Tony Evers has issued a mandatory stay-at-home order to slow the spread of COVID-19 and lower the number of cases the state sees at its peak. The order has been extended to now end at 8 a.m. Tuesday, May 26.

COVID-19 Data for Wisconsin

Total amounts of known positive cases and deaths (by county) updated daily by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

Local News Channels

Please access your local news sources to stay informed about the health status and economic impacts that are unique to your area.

Please note: We are not partial towards any news channel or any source of media.

Financial & Economic Assistance

The CARES Act

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress on March 27th, 2020 to provide economic assistance for American workers, families, and small businesses. The CARES Act involves economic impact payments (stimulus checks) and the Paycheck Protection Program (for small businesses). Please ensure the IRS has your correct and up-to-date information to receive your economic impact payment effectively.

Wisconsin Pandemic Unemployment Assistance

If you're out of work through no fault of your own, and you've worked for a covered employer (an employer who pays Unemployment Insurance tax) in the last 18 months, you'll need to apply for regular UI benefits before you can begin filing a weekly claim.

Youth Food Resources (by School District)

Please access your local news sources to stay informed about the health status and economic impacts that are unique to your area.

Please note: We are not partial towards any news channel or any source of media.

 
Local Information is Vital

When possible, please continue to keep yourselves informed with appropriate sources of LOCAL news and updates. Requirements for staying at home and interacting socially are constantly changing by state; what is enforced in one is not necessarily enforced in another. That being said, please protect your mental health and be sensitive to the amount of information you and your family can take in at a time.

If you have any questions, please contact us via email at president@100blackmenmadison.org.

Be Safe and Well, 

100 Black Men of Madison, Inc.

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