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The program launched this past summer with seven barbershops, and is now up to nine.
The variable is what lies outside, which is to say institutions, understood in the broad sense of social structures of belief and practice, whether in the form of the corner barbershop or the political party.
Classic Man Cuts, which opened at this location in May, is a full-service barbershop.
Sherry Breed, chief of equity and excellence for the Fort Worth school district, recognizes the role of barbershops in the African-American community.
There are two restaurants (Eug's Place and Potluck Club), a coffee bar, a speakeasy and barbershop, and a rooftop bar offering some of the best views in town.
All black men know that walking into a black barbershop and talking bad about Bill Russell is grounds to have your ass kicked.
The participating barbershops were given stacks of books, many of them with multicultural themes; bookshelves already assembled; and incentive charts so that the young readers could track their progress with stickers and stars.
For now, broader concerns about earning a living extend across classes, from lawyers eager to bill hours to Josue Ruiz, 37, a hairstylist whose barbershop was destroyed in the storm.
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