Street Soldiers Radio shares notes our Omega students wrote to their parents as well as stories from our callers during Mother's Day.
The Community Ambassadors was created in 2010 as a community safety and neighborhood engagement job training program. Developed and operated by the Office of Civic Engagement & Immigration Affairs, they hire and train neighborhood residents to provide a visible, street-smart safety presence in targeted neighborhoods.
We also talk with Diaunte Thompson, director of A Hundred Blocks, about when a young man tries to escape the cycle of violence and leave the streets behind, he finds himself at a crossroads as unexpected events change his plans.
Street Soldiers Radio talks about the Netflix movie, Burning Sands, which gives us a peek into fraternity pledge week.
We interview the playwrights and actors of the upcoming play, the Richmond Renaissance. These young people are inspiring!
Operation Genesis took 14 youth from the Bayview Hunter's Point district share their stories after their trip to Ghana, Africa.
We chat with Dr. Phillip Coffin about the Opioid Epidemic.
Street Soldiers Radio discusses the movie Get Out.
Street Soldiers Radio talks about domestic violence.
This week, we talk about how we treat women by the names we use.
We talk about how we value women in our lives and in history.
Also, Larry Dorsey shares details about his trip to Colombia.
We are celebrating Alive & Free Omega Boys Club's 30th Anniversary. Listen to how we began our mission to keep our community violence free!
We talk about our history as move from Africa to America.
We also have special guests from the step team, Urban Heat Academy.
Look around you child, Your creation is everywhere. Though painted, distorted, and given new names, they bear your prints just the same. So sharpen your eyes. Tune your ears, so you'll know what you see, understand what you hear. Your creation is everywhere. Please tune in.
Special Guest Azariah Cole-Shepard, Oakland Youth Poet Laureate
According to African Oral Wisdom, 'When deeply rooted, one is prepared fro every opening'; and tonight we invite you to join in with us as we become more rooted and grounded in a glorious 'History in Black'.
A Street Soldiers Goodbye to President Barack Obama & First Lady Michelle Obama. Also an interview of members of Alive & Free as the club celebrates its 30th anniversary. Phone guest-- Jermaine King.
Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers crew discuss the post inauguration Women's March on Washington and similar marches around the country.
What about Dr. King's life legacy was powerful, empowering, and inspiring for you? Also listeners thoughts about the movie Hidden Figures.
Lessons learned from 2016 that are being carried over to 2017. Also, listeners share their thoughts about the movie Fences.
Our crew and callers share their memories as Street Soldiers celebrates another year of keeping young people Alive and Free. We also have our soldier on the street, Larry Dorsey Jr., share his experience at Standing Rock. Stay tuned!
We share with what we are thankful and grateful for this year.
According to African Oral Wisdom, to say that man is divided is not simply to speak of a divided group, but of every individual in that group. Consciousness of that generic divison requires that everyone know, or ought to know, that each of us represents something greater. And so tonight we invite you to join us as we examine and discuss what happened and what's next. Please stay with us.
Lateefah Simon is on the air with us as she discusses her run for BART Board of Directors. We chat in-house and with callers to see how, what, and why people are voting for different issues. Stay tuned!
We analyze the thought-provoking documentary 13th and the remake of the the 1915 movie, Birth of a Nation.