We chat with our studio crew and members of the community as we chat about the upcoming presidential debates. How do you feel about the upcoming election?
Alive & Free Street Soldiers Radio discusses the history of sports and protests.
Dorsey Nunn of All Of Us Or None joins Street Soldiers Radio to talk about the prison system, voting, and banning the box.
We start off our show with a tribute to our admired elder, Dr. Mallory, who passed this week at the age of 93. Ms. Estell says "Elders are a treasure," and you'll learn why.
Colin Kaepernick of the San Francisco 49er's refused to stand during the national anthem during a pre-season game. He explains "There are a lot of things that are going on that are unjust (that) people aren't being held accountable for. And that's something that needs to change". We chat with our callers to see how they feel about his actions.
Have you been keeping up with the Olympics this year? We've found them encouraging, inspiring, and motivating to keep doing our best. We want to know how the Olympic spirit has affected you.
Alive & Free has many things to celebrate this week! We want to honor our recent college graduates as well as our newest collegians who are heading off to their first year of higher education. Join us as we honor our community.
These mother's have lost children to senseless gun violence. They are bringing communities together to help heal and reveal the those who have caused the violence.
You can see more at Just Us Ma's and Justice for A'tierra Westbrook
We talk to Asani Shakur who is from Richmond, CA.
"The street commerce of drug dealing became my occupation, which led me to other illegal hustles", he says. He faced federal drug charges in 2007 and was released in 2012. Four years later, he graduated top of his class from UCLA Summa Cum Laude. We share his story on how he accomplished this feat.
It's time to open your hearts and minds as we delve into the sensitive issues that occurred this past week. We welcome our guests to share their thoughts about Alton Sterling in Louisiana, Philandro Castile in Minnesota, and the police officers in Texas who all lost their lives.
We want to know what news stories have been on your mind! We talk about the Brexit, Reggina Jefferies, the Oakland Police department and more!
Street Soldiers Radio shares Father's Day with Gus Smith, a father who gave his all to help his daughter, Kemba Smith, as she faced a mandatory sentence of 24 1/2 years in federal prison, despite being a first-time, non-violent offender in 1994. With her family's support, she regained her freedom when President Clinton granted her executive clemency in 2000.
You can read Kemba Smith's book, Poster Child, to hear more of her story.
Music- it can bring in peace or cause pandemonium, it can soothe or slay, it can trigger joy or sorrow, it can fire you up or slow you down. so tonight, we invite you to tune in as we take a look at today's contemporary music.
We believe that children are the future and we must teach them well and prepare them to lead the way, while showing them all the beauty they possess inside. And tonight we invite you to join us as we hear from a group of children Paul Revere Academy who we hope to one day~ lead the way with the Alive & Free message. Please join us.
Alive & Free Street Soldiers Radio talks about the difference between Game and Wisdom.
How can you tell the difference?
Share with us your thoughts at www.StayAliveAndFree.org.
We chat with Kemba Smith, author of Poster Child, as she shares her heartfelt trip to the White House and has lunch with President Barack Obama.
Our Collegian, Elexus P. Hunter, is graduating Clark University this year, and has published her first book, Tragic is Magic. We are excited to share her story as she reveals how she dealt with her anger, fear, and pain on her journey as a young adult to a college graduate.
We ask, who has been your guide in life?
We talk about the importance of the mother figure, how Mother's Day has changed, and share stories with our callers as we talk about Mother's Day.
Street Soldiers Radio honors the great Prince with stories and calls from the Bay Area.
Operation Genesis has returned home from their epic journey from Ghana, Africa! Police Officer Jason "JJ" Johnson and his team share their stories as his students visit Africa and donate their time and resources.
Domestic Violence affects a wide range of communities and cultures, Street Soldiers tackles this tough issue so we can help bring awareness and stop the violence. Cherri Allison, Executive Director of Alameda County Family Justice Center, shares some facts with us as we dive deeper into this issue with our community and callers.
We tackle bullying in all its forms tonight on Street Soldiers Radio. Have you ever been bullied?
We celebrate Easter with sharing stories from our Street Soldiers team and callers about their enlightenment and turning points in life.
We uplift the women who have inspired us this Women's History Month. We chat with our callers as well as our Street Soldiers team as they share special moments and characteristics of the women they cherish in their lives.
Street Soldiers Radio gives a progress report on the changes for policing in San Francisco. On-air, we chat with our guests Police Chief Greg Suhr and Police Commission President Suzy Loftus about the current changes that are in effect to help create a safer community for San Francisco.
Dr. Marshall starts off the show with an interview with Blye Pagon-Faust, who is one of the producers of the Oscar winning film, Spotlight, a true story of how the Boston Globe uncovered the scandal of child molestation and cover-up in the Catholic Archdiocese.
Officer Jason Johnson of the San Francisco Police Department is preparing his 12 students for their first trip to Ghana, Africa. They share their excitement as they talk about the classes they have taken as they learn about the Motherland through their program, Operation Genesis.
We share the studio with some lively and impressive guests this week!
On the phone we chat with a young gentleman who impresses Dr. Marshall with his demeanor and values at the age of 13.
We talk to Andre Ward, our local professional boxer who won gold in the Olympics is currently undefeated in the ring. He also has a role in the 2015 boxing movie, Creed.
We talk to Diaunte Thompson & Art Walls who wrote, directed, and produced "A Hundred Blocks", a film which tells realistic stories of Oakland, CA.