Milwaukee Urban League President & CEO Ralph Hollmon wished children
attending a back-to-school community resource fair sponsored by the
MUL and Handsome Barber Shop where the event was held.
Handsome Barbershop barbers gave the boys ages 12-17 $5 haircuts and girls
under age 12 had their fingernails pained for free. The MULʼs
Employment Staff was also on hand to provide information about jobs
and other employment assistance.
Handsome Barbershop, located in the Teutonia Gardens development, is one of
the oldest African American businesses in the state. It is owned by
two brothers, Haralson and Thaddeus Moore. (Photo by Yvonne Kemp)
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