3rd show of Women’s History Month. Hidden Figures. Street Soldiers brings to light little-known women who have made remarkable contributions. Also a preview of two Bay area youth group trips to Africa. Guests on phone—Officer Jason Johnson and Kharyshi Wiginton.
Dr. Marshall introduces Kemba Smith, author of Poster Child, as she shares her story. Poster Child: The Kemba Smith Story chronicles how she went from college student to drug dealer’s girlfriend to domestic violence victim to federal prisoner. Kemba shares her story of how making poor choices blinded by love and devotion can have long-term consequences.
Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers Radio talk about Women's History Month and share stories about women who inspire them. We also talk about why the women in the movie, Black Panther, are inspirational.
Street Soldiers Radio shares some of the coolest facts around Black History Month. Listen and learn!
We also have guest, Kino Carson, talk about his upcoming step show, Best of the Bay!
Street Soldiers Radio explores Black History
Dr. Marshall interviews San Francisco 49er linebacker Dekoda Watson as he talks about growing up in the South and what it's like being a family man.
Street Soldiers Radio chats with Larry Dorsey Jr. about his trip to Colombia as well as the MeToo movement and more!
What would you like to see for yourself, your community and the world in 2018?
We want to celebrate the good people we met in 2017!
Street Soldiers Radio asks what you would like to see in America.
Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers Crew share what they are thankful for this year.
We also have special guest Nate SoulSanger in the studio as she shares her journey into becoming the "Soul Sanger". She is appearing in the Black Repertory Group's "The Wiz" and can be seen Thursday night's hosting and singing at Liege Lounge in Oakland, CA.
Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers crew talk with callers about their feelings and expectations of President Trump's first year in the White House.
What is sacred to you? In the wake of the latest church shooting, Dr. Marshall asks the Street Soldiers what is sacred to them.
A conservation about sexual harassment and sexual assault. Phone guest—filmmaker Byron Hurt.
Michael Gibson, alumni of Alive & Free Omega Boys Club, shares his story on how Omega helped him. Now, he is the executive director of Alameda County EMS Corps, a program that helps people to learn how to get into the medical services field.
Alive & Free Fairfield in the house. Dr. Marshall and the street soldiers hear all about how Alive & Free has impacted the city of Fairfield, CA. Alive & Free Fairfield in the house. Guests in studio: Lt. Dan Marshall, Jose Irizarry, Latrice Johnson, Emma Babillo, Cle Wright and Sammy De Haro and Heather Sanderson.
Another Mass Shooting. What Should We Do?
Also, an interview with Golden State Warrior Shaun Livingston
Open lines—What’s been happening lately. NFL protests, hurricane Maria and Puerto Rico….and Trump, Trump, Trump. Also information on the BAYEP Career Pathway Summit focusing on young men of color. In studio guests—Zaire Snider and Ronnie Versher. On the phone—Jeffery Wallace and Elena Bolds.
Dr. Marshall reports a couple of excellent community programs. In studio guests: Michelle Edmond, Brenda Grisham and Daryle Alums. On the phone: RocQuel Johnson, Armani Powell and Aleesha Barlow.
Street Soldiers and our callers talk about some of the current issues that are affecting our community.
We also hear from our current collegian, Jeremiah Rushing, as he shares his journey at Alive & Free to Morehouse College.