St. Paul Barber Offers Free Back-To-School Haircuts

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — As Labor Day weekend comes to an end, many students in the Twin Cities are getting ready for school.

In the video above, photojournalist Dave Bissonette shows us how a barber in St. Paul is helping kids to look sharp for the first day — for free.

Last year, King Milan Barbershop did more than 200 free haircuts.

Monday afternoon they also offered a free barbecue lunch from Cozy Kitchen.

The barbershop is open until 8 p.m. Monday.

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  1. A great example of good citizenship. Outstanding !

  2. Dan Mack says:

    More free stuff is the answer to getting these blacks to quit assaulting their teachers and putting them in the hospital with serious permanent brain injuries. We cannot expect the schools to maintain order or provide an environment conducive to study. Disciplining recalcitrant miscreant blacks that habitually disrupt the classrooms is out of the question as that could hurt their feelings.

    1. Dan Mack says:

      The legislature needs to appropriate more more money so that after one of their two free catered meals these students can have padded desks to nap in without mussing their hair while they await being awarded one of the new diplomas that all students now receive whether or not they can read, write or make change for a dollar because Dayton and the DFL repealed State academic standards to end the diversity gap.

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