Big Sean Works with HBCU Students in Detroit to Become Entrepreneurs

published on October 9, 2019

Big Sean Works with HBCU Students in Detroit to Become Entrepreneurs Big Sean joins Ally Bank, Thurgood Marshall College Fund and the Sean Anderson Foundation for “Moguls in the Making” – a program that takes a group of HBCU students and focuses on economic empowerment.

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