Growing Up Black
Growing Up Black: Detroit
Season 1 E 6 • 01/03/2022
Artists, activists and entrepreneurs from Detroit's West and East sides celebrate the city's unique personality and explain how they're giving back to the Black community through their work.
Growing Up BlackS1 • E2Growing Up Black: New Orleans
New Orleans residents from different neighborhoods discuss their city's unique culture, resilience in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and legacy in leading the fight against systemic racism.
Growing Up BlackS1 • E1Growing Up Black: New York
New Yorkers from different cultural backgrounds discuss growing up Black in the five boroughs, their most defining moments, the Black-white wealth gap, ending systemic racism and more.
Growing Up BlackS1 • E3Growing Up Black: Atlanta
Atlanta natives explain how the Georgia capital has established itself as a bastion of Black leadership, provided education and community with HBCUs, and flourished as a hip-hop hotspot.
Growing Up BlackS1 • E4Growing Up Black: Los Angeles
Natives of Los Angeles discuss their upbringings, the area's unique diversity, entrepreneurship, gang culture, the defund the police movement and the importance of activism in the city.
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Growing Up BlackS1 • E5Growing Up Black: Chicago, Illinois
G Herbo, Che "Rhymefest" Kweku, BJ The Chicago Kid and more reveal what it was like growing up Black in Chicago and discuss their musical origins, education and urban legends.
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