Barbershop Talks: Are You Caught In The Middle?

22 Hello Friends!

Barbershop Talks Radio Show is looking for YOU!

We are looking to feature and spotlight folks who are willing to be interviewed for the following topics:

  • Curly (natural) or straight (processed): Is there pressure to change your hair or are you caught in the middle?
  • Middle Class Black Family: too good and not enough hood? Are you caught in the middle?
  • Are you in an interracial relationship? Is it accepted or rejected? Caught in the middle? Tell us your experiences.

We need some Facebook participation on this one, so please feel free to share or send a message to our or email:

Look forward to connecting.

Ice Cream Sundae Social: TODAY

Ice Cream Sundae Social is taking place today, October 9th at 6 pm.  It will be a community conversation with Public Defender Robert Linville at Bliss Towers.

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Movement Allies Are ROCK STAR Supporters – I Am My Brother’s Keeper Fundraiser

thank you A Movement Ally is an individual who supports a social movement.

We would like to thank some ROCK STAR individuals who have gone above and beyond in their support for the Staley B. Keith Social Justice Center.

Not only by monetary contribution but through their outside support and actions too.  We are honored to share our ROCK STAR Movement Allies:

  • Susan M. Bodo
  • Thomas Depietro
  • Antonio Abitabile

Your generous contribution of $250 will lend support to allow us to:

  • Assist in implementing a training program focused on systems change advocacy
  • Mentorship program in partnership with HCSD and Bard College at Simon’s Rock
  • Establishment of physical space that will bring together everyone in the community to support black men working for positive change.

From the bottom of our hearts, we ‘thank you!’ Our youth will reap the benefits.  Thanks a million!

0 We would like to thank some special individuals for their support and donation of $100 as a Social Changer to the “I Am My Brother’s Keeper” fundraiser. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Your contribution will lend support for us to:

  • Assist in implementing a training program focused on systems change advocacy
  • Mentorship program in partnership with HCSD and Bard College at Simon’s Rock
  • Establishment of physical space that will bring together everyone in the community to support black men working for positive change.

From the bottom of our hearts, we ‘thank you!’  Special shout out to:

  • Mark Beauchamp
  • NYS Teacher
  • Brooke
  • Kaya Weidman
  • Sara Louise Kendall

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