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Episode Info: As an undergraduate in Colorado, Kenly Brown was one of only a few African Americans on her campus. She felt isolated in the classroom, often expected to speak on behalf of all black people. Now, as a Ph.D. candidate in African American studies at UC Berkeley, she’s made it her priority to be a mentor to students of color. Read the transcript and see photos on Berkeley News: http://bit.ly/2EXNeMA This is part of a series for Black History Month, featuring interviews with African American leaders at UC Berkeley. Subscribe to the Fiat Vox podcast: Apple Podcasts apple.co/2DvAnR5, Stitcher bit.ly/2FAzMxY, Google Play Music bit.ly/2FCsxWk, TuneIn bit.ly/2DjoErf or Pocket Casts pca.st/PPJd.Read more »

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