CHARLOTTE, N.C. - On Saturday, 100 young black men are being recognized as leaders in the classroom and the community.
The inaugural top 100 publication is set to be unveiled on Saturday afternoon and features seniors from 27 local high schools.
John Martin, founder of the Young Black Male Leadership Alliance, wanted to profile teens who've shown academic and civic excellence.
Young Black Male Leadership Alliance profiles 27 from local high schools
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