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Turnout And A Trim: Bid To Boost Black Men's Voting Heads To The Barbershop

African-American men tend to vote at lower rates than other groups of Americans. So, a Philadelphia civic activist is recruiting barbers to talk to their customers about voting and local engagement.

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Turnout And A Trim: Bid To Boost Black Men's Voting Heads To The Barbershop

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