New Orleans, LA – 100 Black Men of Metro New Orleans has released its first video in its new interactive video booth campaign entitled #MyChildDeserves. Since October of 2018, The 100 has been “popping up” at various events with its new video booth. The purpose of this interactive campaign is to capture the thoughts of community members, parents and leaders discussing what they feel New Orleans children deserve in high-quality education; using The 100’s 5 Guiding Principles as a starting point.
“It is our hope that with this information we can begin to form a healthy dialogue around similarities that exist,” says Jonathan Wilson, President, and Chairman of the Board of 100 Black Men of Metro New Orleans. “This will help to connect the dots on what the community feels are our most pressing needs around education.”
This is an interactive campaign and The 100 encourages people to join the conversation. Look for the pop up My Child Deserves Video booth at various community events to capture your message, or record your own message at home and post online using the #mychilddeserves.
All videos set to be released will be uploaded to The 100’s YouTube Channel (100 Black Men of Metro New Orleans) and featured on all of their social media outlets (@100blackmennola on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) as well as online at www.100blackmennola.org.
The mission of the 100 Black Men of Metro New Orleans, Inc. is to provide support and improve the quality of life for African Americans, and youth in particular, in the New Orleans Community.
For more information about the “My Child Deserves” Pop Up Video Booth Campaign please visit www.100blackmennola.org or follow @100blackmennola on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.