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Black Barber Blood Pressure

In this Sunday, March 11, 2018, photo, Barber Eric Muhammad, owner of A New You Barbershop, left, jokes with regular customer Marc M. Sims before measuring his blood pressure in Inglewood, Calif. Black male customers at dozens of Los Angeles area barbershops reduced one of their biggest health risks through a novel project that paired barbers and pharmacists to test and treat customers. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

Damian Dovarganes

America's First Mental Health Barbershop Movement Comes To Chicago

A national effort called The Confess Project is training barbers to support the mental health of Black men, including right here in Chicago.

Reset brings on the project founder and a mental health expert who specializes in therapy and wellness for Black men.

GUESTS: Lorenzo Lewis, founder of The Confess Project

Obari Cartman, president of the Chicago Association of Black Psychologists

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