How a simple haircut sparked the ‘Do Something for Nothing’ global movement | The Drum

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  • ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “How a simple haircut sparked the ‘Do Something for Nothing’ global movement | The Drum” – below is their description.

    A smile or a simple “hello” can mean all the difference to people

    sleeping rough.

    So, when Joshua Coombes began offering haircuts on the streets of London, it was not only transformative for the strangers he met, but also for the former hairdresser himself.

    Those he spoke to shared their joy, their hardships and their loss and, with their permission, Joshua shared their images online.

    It started a global movement – “Do Something for Nothing.”

    Since then, he’s featured some of those he met in a new book of the same name. Joshua Coombes spoke to The Drum’s Stephanie Boltje.

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