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Wednesday, April 19 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
#100Cuts Initiative: Program Panel Discussion at House of Cuts Barber Studio

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#100Cuts is a Charlottesville program sponsored by 100 Black Men of Central Virginia  and House of Cuts Barber Studio that provides under-resourced young Black men with access to quality, professional haircuts at no cost.

The community is invited out to an interactive panel discussion led by Daniel Fairley, Fernando Garay, and Amanda Burns to learn about the amazing impact of this program and how to get involved.

Why haircuts? A fresh haircut can profoundly impact an individual’s mental health and well-being, boosting confidence and creating a sense of pride in one's appearance. Everyone deserves the opportunity to experience these life-bringing benefits, and House of Cuts Barber Studio and 100 Black Men of Central Virginia are on a mission to help…one cut at a time.

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Fernando Garay

Owner & Master Barber, House of Cuts Barber Studio
 Fernando is a young serial entrepreneur who is passionate about the areas of growth and opportunity for individuals interested in a career within the barber industry. Throughout the years as a business owner and Master Barber, Fernando has created job opportunities & independent... Read More →
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Daniel Fairley II

CPP: #100Cuts Initiative, 100 Black Men of Central Virginia
Daniel is a passionate advocate for young black men in Charlottesville. With years of experience working in community development and education, Daniel has dedicated his career to creating opportunities and empowering young men of color to succeed. Through his work as the President... Read More →
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Amanda Burns

House of Cuts Barber Studio, Community Engagement Coordinator,
Amanda is a healthcare industry leader and community organizer driven to empower and uplift young men and women in the Charlottesville community and beyond. As a mother to two talented young men, and an accomplished corporate administrator of more than two decades, she combines her... Read More →

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100 Black Men of Central Virginia

The purpose of the 100 Black Men of Central Virginia (100 BMOCV) is to improve the quality of life within the community and advocate eliminating the achievement gap of African American (AA) male students through mentoring by the members. The organization is inclusive in its efforts... Read More →

Wednesday April 19, 2023 7:00pm - 9:00pm EDT
House of Cuts Barber Studio