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*Webby Award Honoree* First Generation Burden focuses on the intersection of immigrants and the creative community. We celebrate the unique and diverse immigrant population in America through longform interviews.
Hosted by Rich Tu, an artist and designer living in Brooklyn, NY. He is also first generation Filipino-American and who cares about culture and the future.
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70. 'We Can All Speak ETH' w/ Bobby & Ben Hundreds, founders of The Hundreds
Bobby Hundreds and Ben Hundreds met in law school and founded the iconic streetwear brand The Hundreds in 2003. They sit down with Rich Tu to talk about the early days of streetwear, their humble beginnings merging influences of hip hop, punk and hardcore, and why being the children of immigrants creates a sense of urgency and survival.
Also, they go in-depth into how The Hundreds has always been about community, embracing inclusivity in Web3, challenges of building within the Metaverse, and how they created their sold-out Adam Bomb Squad NFT collection, and the legacy they would like to leave behind when it's all said and done. This episode is packed with fashion and futurism, and not one to be missed.
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