Protests, Community and the Barbershop
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The Brothers are back for Episode 8, and we’ve brought a guest: Junie Davis. Junie is the owner and master barber at Creations Salon and Barber Shop in Irvine, CA. In addition, Junie is a community activist and a basketball referee. Junie is very involved with his church and is also a member of the 100 Black Men of Orange County. This week we discuss the ongoing protests and civil unrest that have occurred since the murder of George Floyd. With careful discussion, we offer alternatives and effective solutions to righting the systemic injustices that have plagued our people since our ancestors were brought to America on slave ships. Additionally, we discuss the Barbershop and what it means to the black community; and his role in that meaning. Make sure to tune in to hear about the incident that occurred outside of Junie’s shop.

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