Join us as we spend an afternoon in a barbershop in Washington DC run by black Muslims. The conversation runs from issues of religion and family, to school, sports and the political system, all set against the buzz of the hairclippers and the busy neighborhood ambience of this informal gathering place.
|Conversations in a Black Barbershop|
Conversations in a Black Barbershop is a SOUNDPRINT classic produced by Askia Muhammed and Debra Morris. The audio engineer was Bill Cargyle.
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