Comeup Collective podcast recordings, 2020
- Physical description
- 5 videorecordings
- 2 audiorecordings
At the library
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- Includes podcast recordings for Season 1 (2020).
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- Podcast recordings also available at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcS8JF_fj3NsO97RvQPy4mA.
- Cite as
- Comeup Collective podcast recordings (SC1556). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
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- What do you get when you take kids from the hood and send them to a prestigious university on full scholarship? The Comeup Collective. This is not your normal keep the kids off the streets program. Join the four members of the Comeup Collective as they discuss what it’s like navigating radically different spaces and cultures while still keeping they hood mentalities. Come for the laughs, stay for the inspiration (Spotify description).
- The Comeup Collective Podcast was created by Stanford University seniors Mamadou Diallo ’20, Sheck Mulbah ’20, Mekhi Jones '20, and Garry Archbold ’20. The podcast follows their journeys through the academic and professional world as first-generation Black students.
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