Camille Imbo! Camille is a 25yo fourth year medical student, an older sister, and a black woman. I met her during a SELECT session this year and the rawness of her laugh put her on my radar. During this conversation, we discuss the importance of names and how they change identity, the politicization of blackness, the inseparable mix of purpose and potential, and the soulmate bond between herself and her grandmother.
I hope you enjoy! 🙂
and a medical student.
Before Camille dies, she wants…
to be happy,
to love and to be loved,
and to see the world.
When Camille dies, she wants…
the people around her to be okay without her.
After Camille dies, she wants…
and to hangout with Jesus.
In conclusion, Camille says…
“Figure out what matters to you, because the world throws a lot at you.
It’s easy to get bogged down in thinking what you need to be, what you should be. Figuring out what you want to put out there in this world, what you can put out there, is what, at the end of the day, will get you through any type of situation.”
On Death Podcast
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- With Ian Covell [REPOST]
- With Anna Shon [REPOST]
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- On a busy night (or Women’s Health/Pediatrics: a post-mortem)
- On a tale of two births (or life in Labor & Delivery)
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