Shirley Raines

Founder, Beauty 2 the Streetz

Founder of Beauty 2 the Streetz

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Three women help their communities by feeding Afghan kids, giving free beauty services to unhoused Angelenos, and destigmatizing mental health among Latino families.

‘Helpers’ reflect on 2021: Afghanistan, Skid Row, Latinx mental health

Three women help their communities by feeding Afghan kids, giving free beauty services to unhoused Angelenos, and destigmatizing mental health among Latino families.

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For Beauty 2 the Streetz founder Shirley Raines, beauty is both a luxury and necessity.

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For Beauty 2 the Streetz founder Shirley Raines, beauty is both a luxury and necessity.

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