Kathy Hudson Marshall, a stylist at Salon 10 in Raleigh, spearheads community and social action projects to raise awareness and inspire social change among, women, children and families. “At least while they’re in your chair for 45 minutes, they can get some of what they need to feel and be empowered,” Marshall said of the opportunity and responsibility of stylists.
Kathy Hudson Marshall, a stylist at Salon 10 in Raleigh, spearheads community and social action projects to raise awareness and inspire social change among, women, children and families. “At least while they’re in your chair for 45 minutes, they can get some of what they need to feel and be empowered,” Marshall said of the opportunity and responsibility of stylists. COURTESY OF KATHY HUDSON MARSHALL
Kathy Hudson Marshall, a stylist at Salon 10 in Raleigh, spearheads community and social action projects to raise awareness and inspire social change among, women, children and families. “At least while they’re in your chair for 45 minutes, they can get some of what they need to feel and be empowered,” Marshall said of the opportunity and responsibility of stylists. COURTESY OF KATHY HUDSON MARSHALL

Midtown Muse: Focusing on more than hair styles, Raleigh salon does community outreach

November 21, 2014 12:00 AM

UPDATED November 20, 2014 12:21 PM

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