Black men turn to barbers to talk; 'We Are Jane' provides access to safe abortions : Here & Now The U.S is in the midst of a mental health crisis — especially in the Black community. Confess Project is one organization turning to local barbers to get Black men and boys to open up and seek help. Barber Craig Charles joins us. And, reviving the mission of a group from the 1960s, "We Are Jane" seeks to aid in proving safe abortion access in Chicago after the overturn of Roe v. Wade. South Side activist and founder of Mothers Against Senseless Killing Tamar Manasseh launched the new initiative and joins us.

Black men turn to barbers to talk; 'We Are Jane' provides access to safe abortions

Black men turn to barbers to talk; 'We Are Jane' provides access to safe abortions

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The U.S is in the midst of a mental health crisis — especially in the Black community. Confess Project is one organization turning to local barbers to get Black men and boys to open up and seek help. Barber Craig Charles joins us.

And, reviving the mission of a group from the 1960s, "We Are Jane" seeks to aid in proving safe abortion access in Chicago after the overturn of Roe v. Wade. South Side activist and founder of Mothers Against Senseless Killing Tamar Manasseh launched the new initiative and joins us.

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