The 100 Black Men of Greater Kansas City’s (100 BMGKC) president, Brian Foster, was the in-studio guest during the February 8, 2014 radio broadcast of “Urban Connections” (KKFI 90.1 FM). The show’s host, Donna Wolfe, interviewed Foster on the purpose of the 100 Black Men, its programs, and the philosophy of the chapter’s approach to mentoring.
“On behalf of the 100 BMGKC, I want to thank Donna and the staff of KKFI for providing this platform,” said Foster. “The opportunity to inform the community of our mission – mentoring young African-American young men — is invaluable to the 100. Our community needs to know that there are ongoing engagements providing assistance to its youth. All one need do is read the news to understand the importance of mentoring our Black males, in an effort to promote education, health and wellness, and economic empowerment. We’re doing our part to answer the call.”
To listen to a recording of the broadcast, click the link below (the interview begins at the 7:30 mark):