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ANAHEIM, CA - FEBRUARY 01: Ray Burley gets his hair cut by barber Matt Neville, left, at Pierre Dotson's A-Unique Barbershop in Anaheim Saturday afternoon. ///ADDITIONAL INFO: sunread_twopercent.0209.kjs --- Photo by KEVIN SULLIVAN / Orange County Register -- 2/1/14 This is for a story about the small percentage of black people in Orange County. What are the historic reasons behind that and why does that persist, when the county's population has diversified so much with growing Latino and Asian populations? What needs to happen to change that, or will it ever change? Pierre Dotson is an African American Army veteran who grew up in L.A. and Lancaster, but decided to open a barbershop in Anaheim in 2007 because he saw a better business opportunity here. His shop is doing well, and the clientele is a mix of races and ethnicities. Dotson, who is married and is raising three children in Garden Grove, says it hasn't been easy, though, to live and work here because of persistent anti-black attitudes that he and his family have had to deal with. Still, he believes Orange County has a lot to offer to anyone, including black people, and wants to be an example and a leader in changing attitudes and showing that this can be a place where black people should be welcomed and can thrive. A-Unique Barbershop, 2795 W Lincoln Ave., Anaheim CA 2/1/14 (Photo by Kevin Sullivan/Digital First Media/Orange County Register via Getty Images)
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Editorial #:1032319360
Collection:MediaNews Group
Date created:01 February, 2014
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Source:Digital First Media RM
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