What Can We Learn About Harlem Through a Closed Barbershop

Jeffrey Henson Scales has been photographing Harlem since he moved there in the ’80s. For six of those years he photographed House’s Barbershop, a neighborhood staple that served Jazz Legends and Civil Rights Icons. Scales walked VICE News around his changing neighborhood.

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