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100 Black Men of America, Inc. Hosts Barbershop Forum in Detroit. Barbershop Tour to Addresses Urgent Topics in Black Community.

Taking A Cut Out of Life is a traveling panel discussion designed to transcend generations by sharing the common experiences of African American males. African American leaders will discuss the issues of the community while sharing key strategies for moving toward a common ground through focused leadership in our homes and communities. The forum will conclude with Q&A and a call to action. Barbershop is Real Talk from Real People.

Detroit – On Tuesday, November 5, 2019, the 100 Black Men of America, Inc.’s signature event, the Barbershop Tour: Taking A Cut Out of Life will hold its community forum to tackle the tough issues facing African American communities at Greater Grace Temple in Detroit, Michigan, starting at 6:30pm.

Barbershop was standing room only in Las Vegas and Washington, DC. We expect a full house as we discuss the critical topics facing the African American community including: police brutality; mental health and wellness; financial freedom; education; and, leadership development. Visit our website for registration and more information on our upcoming tour locations.

This is a FREE community event. Register now. Barbershop Detroit panelist include:

  • Moderator – Rev. Dr. Freddie Haynes III, Senior Pastor, Friendship West Baptist Church, Dallas
  • Dr. William Pickard, Chairman & Founder, GAA Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management
  • Dr. Kenneth L. Harris, President & CEO, National Business League, Inc.
  • The Honorable Benjamin Crump, Civil Rights Attorney, Ben Crump Law, PLLC
  • Sherriff Benny N. Napoleon, J.D., Wayne County Sheriff’s Office

100 Black Men of America is a 501 (c)(3) status global network of leaders built to mentor future leaders, with proven programs and services to equip and propel disadvantaged youth in communities of color. The organization has 100 chapters in the United States, England and the Caribbean. The 100 serves as an international coalition focused on creating educational opportunities, promoting economic empowerment, addressing health disparities and creating positive mentoring relationships.