Kenny Duncan, co-owner of Main Attraction Unisex Salon, led the charge on speaking up for Black barbers who he felt were treated unfairly during the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic.
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- Jehovah's Witness Convention goes virtual
- NAACP national leadership backs Rodney Muhammad despite his anti-Semitic post
- Lincoln U. board votes to reinstate president Brenda Allen
- Sharswood residents, business owners say North Philly encampment has 'hijacked' the community
- Kenney joins calls for Philly NAACP to oust Rodney Muhammad over anti-Semitic meme he shared
- Tindley Temple United Methodist Church: Fighting the battle against gentrification
- Open Letter: Top Black women leaders denounce racist, sexist attacks against VP candidates
- I-676 reopens after barge cleared from Schuylkill; Philly region under flash flood warning
- Delco Black Caucus calls for change after heated BLM protest
- Mural Arts Philadelphia selects 20 Black artists for new fellowship program
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