Darryl Roberts has had one of the most varied careers of any guest yet on Do Well & Do Good, having hosted parties for Chicago Bulls stars, ventured into fiction and documentary filmmaking, and even arranging peaceful protests against the policies of large corporations. Now with the Be Me Be Free Campaign, he’s hoping to ignite a conversation about the anxiety affecting many young people today and help them seek treatment.
In this episode, Darryl discusses the rough-and-tumble beginning to his career as a party promoter, how he transitioned into filmmaking and even furniture design, and the ways he’s helping America’s youth address beauty standards, bullying and anxiety.
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