Street Soldiers Radio continues our discussion on Mental Health with therapists Jamal Kizzee-LMFT, Sabrina Robertson-LCSW, and Sonji Walker-LCSW.
Street Soldiers Radio celebrates Motherhood and all of the things that come with it. Our guests share their personal stories of growing up and the influence their mother's had on them as well as their own experiences as being mothers.
A Soldier's Mental Health Journey with Bipolar Disease.
Special guest Jamila Collins shares her experience as a person living with bipolar disorder to encourage understanding, love, and support.
For Your Consideration is a celebration of brotherhood. A two-decade tutorial in spoken word craftsmanship mixed with ‘Black Boy Joy.’ It speaks eloquently on fatherhood, depression, relationships, home and street life, childhood trauma, love, and heartache in a way never touched before by any artists. After multiple sold-out shows in Oakland, CA, and Hollywood, CA, Prentice Powell & Shawn William have taken their two-man show on the road with a 16-city tour across the country, to promote their new Live Album “For Your Consideration,” while showing the world what levels can be reached when words mix with passion.
Street Soldiers Radio is excited to share BASE with you!
The Black Achievement, Success and Engagement (BASE) Initiative at University of San Francisco provides a foundation for students to grow, learn, discover and thrive.
BASE faculty & staff members Stephanie Sears, Aja Holmes, Emile Lawrence and Lester Deans join us with BASE students Justin Boyle, Lua Bowman, Andrew Love, Najashi Belcher, and D'Vine Riley.
In honor of Spoken Word Month, Street Soldiers Radio is excited to share a night filled with poetry and spoken word from Donté Clark and Javier Reyes.
"From Juvenile Hall to City Hall: Your Resume Can Change" is the title of the autobiography & journey of Alive & Free alum & San Francisco's District 10 Supervisor Shamann Walton.
We celebrate Women's History month with the families of the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, nicknamed the "Six Triple Eight", join Street Soldiers Radio to share the stories of the all-female battalion of the Women's Army Corps.
Guests: Dr. Carmen Jordan-Cox, Dr. Sheila Kearney, Stelena Evans, James Marshall & Jeri Marshall
The 6888th had 855 predominately all Black women, both enlisted and officers, and was led by Major Charity Adams. It was the only predominately all-black, all-female battalion sent overseas during World War II.
Street Soldiers tackles the complex issues of domestic violence.
Our guests include Pamela Tate, Taylor Stommel,
Geoffrea Morris of the Black Women Revolt Against Domestic Violence and LaShara Johnson of the West Contra Costa County Justice Center.
Street Soldiers Radio salutes women who are impacting families and community.
Featured Guests: Rita Forte, Tracy McCray, Michelle Phillips and Maya Cameron-Gordon
Stopping the Violence: Why is there so much violence and what have you seen work to stop it?
Callers share their thoughts about the issue as we speak with violence prevention leaders across the country and world.
“I’ve been thinking about this, especially with our team and our organization-the Safe Project- when we address Issues of violence- we look at systems, cultures and situations. What we always discuss is choice and mindset. A lot of what we talk about is a lot of what you teach- we have conversations about respect what do you get out of violence. And so for me when I think about why there is so much violence, whether it's gun violence or domestic violence, I think there is a challenge with communication and how to express yourself.
Emotional intelligence is so important to teach and our communities and society, because not every situation has to drive you to the point of committing violence.
I think understanding your own emotional intelligence and the trauma that you’ve faced and the potential to harm other people, what the consequences of it can be. I think it's easy to choose violence. It's harder to think through and use your emotional intelligence to assert the impact that not just to the individual you’re harming, but to yourself, to your family and to your community,” shares Tamisha Torres Walker, Antioch’s Mayor ProTem and executive director of Safe Return Project- a non-profit that works to dismantle the mass incarceration system and utilize those funds towards resourcing, rehabilitation, and prevention in the community.
On the panel: Devitta Briscoe, Khalid Elahi, Tamiko Ferguson, Stefan Wilson, Garey Thompson, Jermaine King, Doug Fort, Llowellyn Syce and Tamisha Walker.
Join Street Soldiers Radio as we celebrate Alive & Free/ Omega Boys Club's 36th Anniversary in keeping young people Alive & Free...and Educated! Our students from every generation share their memories and the impact of the teachers and the Club.
An interview with Elycia Thomas-Knight parade manager & Amber Lester Co-Founder of the Black Joy Parade.
Plus a ticket giveaway for the Best of the Bay Youth Step Show Competition.
We talk with real couples about
their love story, their challenges and
growth as we celebrate Black Love!
Best of the Bay is Back for 2023!
Founder Kino Carson joins Street Soldiers Radio to share his vision, purpose and mission with his annual Urban Heat Academy Youth Step Show Competition. We discuss the significance of youth participating in stepping and taking pride in their techniques with the coaches and collaboraters of the program.
We also get an update from Richmond High School student, Markeith Anderson and BSU Advisor Kiraa Easter on the progress of their movement We Stop! You Stop!
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You stop, we stop! Street Soldiers Radio talks about the use of the n-word in the aftermath of the student/teacher incident at Richmond High School.
Markeith Anderson, a sophomore and Black Student Union member, organized a protest in protest of the use of the N-word on campus after a student allegedly used the racial slur when talking with a Black substitute teacher. The substitute was seen on video grabbing the student, throwing him to the floor, and forcibly removing the teen from the classroom.
He joins us along with Kiraa Easter, an advisor for Richmond's BSU.
We also speak with local Bay Area teachers about the incident.
The Blerd Academy (Black Nerds) joins Street Soldiers Radio to share how they help African-American students earn scholarships to HBCU's and graduate debt free!
Meet Douglass Fort, founder of the Blerd Academy, who works with college-bound students, who may be enrolled in advanced placement (AP) classes with above average grades.
Fort says that since these kids are expected to go to college, school administers rarely put resources toward celebrating and guiding these students.
“In the black community, we highlight three different people,” Fort says. “We highlight the athlete, the musician or the misbehaved. We never highlight the nerd.”
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Dr. Clarence B. Jones-lawyer, strategic advisor, and speechwriter to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. joins Street Soldiers Radio as we celebrate Dr. King's birthday and continue to fight for justice for all.
Author, entrepreneur and family man-Enitan Bereola is 'Flouryshing' in the
New Year with gratitude, style and grace.
We ask the Street Soldiers, "What's your secret? What keeps you doing right; what keeps you from doing wrong?"
A new episode of Sins of the City on TV ONE recently aired the story of the tragic murder of De La Salle football star Terrance Kelly in 2004. Street Soldiers Radio has worked closely with the Kelly family and the city of Richmond to prevent violence. We remember TK and his impact on the city of Richmond, CA.
Jonathan Greenberg and Lateefah Simon invite you to join the USF Institue for Nonviolence and Social Justice November 19, 2022 as they present an extraordinary community event of profound dialogue, gorgeous music and moral inspiration.
PLEASE JOIN US for an evening with national racial justice leader BRYAN STEVENSON, Founder and Director of the Equal Justice Initiative, to honor Civil Rights icon DR. CLARENCE B. JONES, lawyer, strategic advisor, and draft speechwriter to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Founding Director Emeritus of the USF Institute for Nonviolence and Social Justice.
Street Soldiers Radio explores the experience of participants who have attended recent Alive & Free Prescription Training Institutes with guests: William Helm, Malo Taulealo, Crystal Thomas, Jaleesa Boyle, Neo Veavea, Samuel De Haro.
The all Black Female 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion played a significant role during World War II.
"No mail, low morale" was their motto as they sorted 17 million pieces of backlogged mail.
A report on the White House Summit on Hate Violence. Guests: LaVonne Ansari, Brent Wilkes,
Chief William Scott, Melvin Bledsoe, Eboo Patel,
Mina Fedor and Nick Suplina.