The Guardian

The Guardian 30 Jan 2020

Faith, fathers and fresh fades

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In this episode of Modern Masculinity, the Guardian journalist Iman Amrani speaks to Mark Maciver, who owns the barber shop SliderCuts in Hackney, London. His clients include the boxer Anthony Joshua and the musician Stormzy, but his shop is also a vital community fixture. Maciver is a role model, mentor and author of a book on business, Shaping Up Culture. Iman, Mark and clients discuss therapy, the father/son relationship and how faith and belief in God can provide strength for some men.


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