Street Soldiers Radio wants to know what topics are on your mind. The topics range from jobs to housing to love.
We also chat with Rising Senior Jeremiah Rushing who is home from Morehouse College this summer.
Street Soldiers Radio dives into the topic of immigration due to the current revelation of children being separated from their parents who are attempting to immigrate to the United States. Our phone guests include Lorena Melgarejo and Francisco Ugarte.
Ms. Demetra also shares her cross country trip the new Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass Incarceration, in Montgomery, Alabama, created by the Equal Justice Initiative. Listen to her inspiring journey as she learns about the history and details of people who were affected by slavery.
Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldier's crew talk about what music people are currently listening too.
Dr. Marshall & Lady Estell's yearly salute to Fathers on Street Soldiers is honored to have authors Khalid Akil White and Ray Upchurch.
Dr. Marshall chats with in-studio guests Ashanti Branch (EverForward Club) and Dr. Judy Chu (author of When Boys Become Boys) as they discuss the documentary, The Mask You Live In by Jennifer Siebel & The Representation Project. The issues of toxic masculinity, emotions, and more comes up as we tackle the issues of "boys and young men as they struggle to stay true to themselves while negotiating America's narrow definition of masculinity".
Dr. Marshall and Street Soldiers Radio talks with Dr. Andre Campbell, the trauma surgeon at UCSF at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital in San Francisco. He gives us some insight into the life of the man who takes care of those who deal with life-threatening injuries.
Kharyshi Wiginton, the founder and Director of “Culture Keepers”. The mission of the South Africa Project is for the students to expand their awareness through cultural exchange, build on their sense of pride and self-esteem by participating in community service and grow their worldview through traveling and exposure to other languages. In July 2015, we took our 1st journey to South Africa with 11 students and 7 mentors to participate in this wonderful, highly successful, cultural exchange project, and in March 2017, we took our second group of youth and mentors to South Africa. During our 2nd trip, we almost tripled in size taking 27 youth (1 middle schooler, 23 high schoolers, and 3 college students) and 9 mentors.
Dr. Marshall and the Street soldiers celebrate moms with callers.
The youth of Operation Genesis report on their to trip to Ghana. In studio guests are Officer Jason Johnson of the San Francisco Police Dept., instructor Ms. Erica Walker, and the youth who had a life changing experience.
Bill Cosby, the Waffle House police incident, a study on Trump voters and race--and more. The Street Soldiers discuss and react.
While conversations about implicit and explicit bias are growing law enforcement arenas, many people remain unfamiliar with its concepts and dynamics. This Sunday’s show will dive headlong into the topic of Bias and Policing and examine how one police department is tackling this problem. It’s definitely a show worth listening to.
Guests in the studio
Assistant Chief of Operations Toney Chaplin
San Francisco Police Department
(SPFD person overseeing the Bias portion of the DOJ recommendations.
Term used is Executive Sponsor)
Lt. Wilfred Williams Manager Professional Development Unit SFPD Police Academy.
Department of Police Accountability
City and County of San Francisco
Manager of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
Department of Human Resources
City and County of San Francisco
Street Soldiers introduces you to The Exhibit: Gray Tour. Enitan Bereola, author of Bereolaesque, Gentlewoman, and The Gray, along with spoken word artist Prentice Powell host the upcoming tour at Era Lounge in Oakland.
Street Soldiers Radio highlights some of the wonderful people who are helping to enrich our community. This week we have and exclusive interview with Golden State Warrior power-forward David West who gives us some insight into his world. We also get a report back from 100% College Prep's Diane Gray who gives us the highlights into their college tour trip. We hear good from Consortium member Llewellyn Syce, he is on his way to officially opening up an Alive & Free school in South Africa! We hear from the inside of Santa Rita Jail as inmates respond to our radio show.
We want to share the good with you, so tune in to Alive & Free Street Soldiers Radio.
Also a conversation with Oakland youth who attended the March for Our Lives Rally in Washington, D.C. Guests on the phone--Regina Jackson of EOYDC, Raheem Haskins, Kia Hanaon and Damoni Nears.
Street Soldiers Radio wraps Women's Herstory month with our Leadership Academy students in the student. We also have a special surprise guest, our former board operator DC!
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!