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Privileged Black Kids

Kendall Camp
Society & Culture

Privileged Black Kids is a social commentary podcast hosted by Kendall Camp that is about finding the advantages that Gen-Z and millennials of color have and how we can use our diverse backgrounds to uplift our communities. This podcast discusses topics in self-development, business, and culture. Podcast Instagram: privilegedblackkidspodcast Host Instagram: _kendallcamp


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Latest Episodes

On Episode 50 I spoke to Angel Squad Member at Hustle Fund, HBCUvc fellow and Harvard Business School 2+2 admit Jasmine Johnson on how she grew an interest in business and finance. We spoke about her reason on why attended Fisk University and why she... more

2 months ago

On Episode 49 Kendall Camp brings on Spelman alum Tobi Shannon to speak on how she dealt with post grad depression. We spoke on how she dealt with post grad depression in her early 20’s, working in big tech, how to not compare yourself to others and ... more

2 months ago

On this Episode Kendall Camp brings on NBA Broadcast Assistant Hunter Patterson to speak on what it has been like covering the NBA during a pandemic, how he got into sports journalism, his time interning for Lebron and Maverick Carter’s media company... more

4 months ago


5 out of 5 stars from 49 ratings
  • Dope

    It’s a good listen and it sounds like you’re listening in and having a conversation with them.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago
  • Kendal’s Voice

    Kendal is a phenomenal and an amazing member of the Morehouse community. He is thoughtful and has created this wonderful space to enhance Black voices and enchant them into eternity with meaningful dialogue. More Black voices creating spaces like this is needed. Thank you Kendal for being you and being all that your ancestors dreamt that you could be.

    Apple Podcasts
    Christian JTT
    United Statesa year ago
  • Much needed podcast with great perspectives and insights

    Kendal's podcasts are very informational, insightful, and professional. He truly makes connections with his guest and presents great questions and topics for discussion. A great listen!!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Necessary podcast

    This podcast organized by Kendall is great insight to young minority adults and what they experience, their thoughts behind different subjects makes others open their minds more. Great content!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Great listen!

    This podcast addresses everyday questions in a refreshing way, while tying in race and class. Highly recommend for college students!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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