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When Josiah Laney (SFS ’21) first arrived at Georgetown University, he did not get a haircut during the fall semester because he did not know where to find a Black barbershop in Washington, D.C., or who to ask for that information. 

“For me, freshman year, I never got a haircut during the fall or like, midway into the spring semester, just because I had no idea who to ask,” Laney said. “I think it was a lot more difficult that way, and it also made it a little bit more…

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