STORIES TO BRAGG ABOUT

Stories to Bragg About (STBA) is a digital anthology series hosted/directed by Courtland Bragg in association with Guru Blue. The series focuses on compelling life journeys, connecting ordinary people who’ve overcome obstacles to now doing extraordinary things. With an average viewership of over 9,000 views on YouTube, Stories to Bragg About aims to inspire action among viewers.


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Watch Season 1: Episode 6 of STBA featuring Philly's Hip-Hop Humanitarian

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Courtland Bragg sits down with Hip Hop Humanitarian, Mont Brown to discuss his journey from fatherless to fatherhood at the age of 13 to being a beacon of hope for his community in South West Philadelphia.

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Season One Recap Below


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Episode 1 - Rondell White

In the series premier, former West Chester University running back, Rondell White talks about his uphill battle of making it to the NFL.

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Episode 4 - Dana Chanel

Social Media Sensation, Dana Chanel shares her thoughts on backlash of her social media posts, her journey to 400k+ followers and finding her purpose.

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Episode 2 - Gordon Hill

All-American Safety, Gordon Hill sits down with Courtland Bragg to talk about his remarkable career at Sacred Heart University and the obstacles that come with being drafted from a small school.

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Episode 5 - Jordan Burroughs

Olympic Gold Medalist, Jordan Burroughs talks about his humble upbringing, pressure of defending his gold medal and his desire to being a role model to wrestlers worldwide.

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Episode 3 - Al-Hajj Shabazz

Division ll All-American Cornerback, Al-Hajj Shabazz opens up about being an inspiration to the youth in South West Philadelphia, almost becoming an amputee and how his city is counting on him to make the NFL.

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Episode 6 - Mont Brown

Philadelphia’s Hip Hop Humanitarian, Mont Brown opens up about becoming a father at 13 years old, growing up without his parents and being a beacon of hope for his community.