Welcome to the Black Men In America.com.  The Internet has changed since we first launched our site in 2001.  With the introductions of Smartphones, High Speed Internet and other personal devices, there is less of a need for us to store tons of information and links to sites that are available at the swipe of a finger or a click of a mouse.

Black Men In America.com has evolved from a news site focusing on black men to a well-rounded social, current events and political website featuring content that people want to share and talk about.  We have thought-provoking content that aims to educate, entertain and inspire our site visitors to become good citizens and role models in their community. 

Here are some interesting stats about our site.  As of September 2021:

  • 52% of our site visitors are women/ 48% are men
  • 25% of our site visitors are between the ages of 25-34 (our largest demographic)
  • 11% of our site visitors are over the age of 65 (our smallest demographic)
  • 15% of our site visitors are from China, followed by Indonesia, the UK, Canada, India, Japan, Germany, Brazil and the Philippines
  • 42% of our site visitors use the Internet browser “Chrome” followed by “Safari” (32%), Mozilla (10%) and Edge (4%).  Samsung, Android and Firefox make up the remaining percentage
  • 52% of our site visitors access our site via their mobile phone, 46% access our site via desktop and 2% access our site via tablet
  • 54% of our site visitors access the site via their iPhone

Our goal is to share stories of interest to our readers and provide content by a wide variety of contributors from all walks of life, aggregated news sources on the topics of current events, politics, health & wellness, business, entertainment and more.

There will be growing pains.  As you navigate the site please know that we are open to your feedback as we try and find a safe place to land.

As always, we appreciate your continued support.

Gary A. Johnson, Founder & Publisher

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Black Men In America.com was conceived in 1995 by Gary A. Johnson, who was flying from Las Vegas back home to DC the day of the Million Man March.  Gary saw the Internet as “the great equalizer” allowing him to provide a forum and a voice to the voiceless when it came to issues of interest to black men. He had plenty of ideas and content and after 6 years officially launched the site in January 2001.  We are 100% black owned and feature ordinary men and women, living extraordinary lives.

Today the site has maintained its focus on black men and expanded to a well-rounded social, current events and political website featuring content that people want to share and talk about.  We have thought-provoking content that aims to educate, entertain and inspire our site visitors to become good citizens and role models in their community.  

We believe in diverse views and opinions and post content to reflect that. We have visitors from over 92 countries from around the world. 

Here are some interesting stats about our site.  As of September 2021:

  • 52% of our site visitors are women/ 48% are men
  • 25% of our site visitors are between the ages of 25-34 (our largest demographic)
  • 11% of our site visitors are over the age of 65 (our smallest demographic)
  • 15% of our site visitors are from China, followed by Indonesia, the UK, Canada, India, Japan, Germany, Brazil and the Philippines
  • 42% of our site visitors use the Internet browser “Chrome” followed by “Safari” (32%), Mozilla (10%) and Edge (4%).  Samsung, Android and Firefox make up the remaining percentage
  • 52% of our site visitors access our site via their mobile phone, 46% access our site via desktop and 2% access our site via tablet
  • 54% of our site visitors access the site via their iPhone

Our goal is to share stories of interest to our readers and provide content by a wide variety of contributors from all walks of life, aggregated news sources on the topics of current events, politics, health & wellness, business, entertainment and more.

As you navigate the site please know that we are open to your feedback as we try and find a safe place to land.

As always, we appreciate your continued support.

Gary A. Johnson, Founder & Publisher

2 Comments

  1. Hi Gary,

    I wanted to take the time and commend you for “Black Men In America” and also your book “25 Things That Really Matter in Life.” Your work and vision of bringing something essential such as a forum for Black Men’s matters, issues, successes and voices is truly inspirational and JUST Brilliant. I will be helping to spread the word. Thanks for sharing your Talents and Passion.

  2. Hey Gary!

    This is Michael Price, Jr.

    I really enjoyed ‘catching up’ with you last week.

    Your new improved site looks really sleek!

    Thanks for sharing. I’ll be in touch.

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