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Business was buzzing at Platinum Cuts and Cafe Rozella on a bright autumn afternoon in the historic Delridge Triangle area in the White Center neighborhood of West Seattle. White Center's population is working class and culturally diverse, a place where immigrants from many regions of the globe have come for jobs in agriculture, shipping, and aerospace and put down roots. You can read a bit of the neighborhood's history here, including how it got it's name from a coin toss between Mr. Green and Mr. White.