Real Talk: Black Minds Matter

Ep. 7: Keeping It A Hundred

May 30, 2021 Black Mental Health Alliance for Education and Consultation, Inc. Season 1 Episode 7
Real Talk: Black Minds Matter
Ep. 7: Keeping It A Hundred
Show Notes

Having originated from black culture, streetwear is one of the most hyped commodities in fashion today. The birth of streetwear as we know it started in the 70’s and today it remains alive and well. The Hundreds is no exception and its popularity continues to rise. Today we talk about the ties that bind us to black culture, the role and response of streetwear brands in this moment. Join hosts Andrea Brown and Nia Jones, LMSW today for a REAL conversation with Hundreds Co-Founder, Bobby Kim aka Bobby Hundreds!

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