Holiday cheer! Stories about people doing good things during the holidays.
Street Soldiers Radio has touched thousands of lives over our 26 years on air! We chat with some of our past guests who share their Street Soldier story as authors, singers, poets, community activists and more.
Phone guests--Naté Soulsanger, Asani Shakur, Khalid Elahi, Jamaya Walker, Enitan Bereola and Mike McNack.
Human Trafficking—people working to do something about it. Dr. Marshall and the street soldiers discuss human trafficking with folks from Not For Sale. Guests in studio-- Darion Eastmon, Tyrina Lang, Todari Wayne and Shelina Resino.
Dr. Marshall interviews Professor James Taylor who is currently writing a book about Jonestown, a tragedy that took over 900 lives. LT.Yulanda Williams shares her story about attending the People's Temple Church, living in Guyana, and escaping before the mass suicide of 918 people took place 40 years ago.
In studio guests: Prof. James Taylor and Lt. Yulanda Williams
Street Soldiers Radio talks to callers about the issues and props that are being voted on this midterm election
Get out the Vote 2018-Part 2. Question—Are you voting in the midterm elections? Yes or No and why. If yes, what issue/issues matter to you?
We also interview Shamann Walton who is running for the Board of Supervisors District 10 in San Francisco.
Dr. Marshall interviews Alive & Free Alumni Corey Monroe, John Henry, and Charles Robinson. Each person shares their personal stories growing up and dealing with their anger, fear, and pain. They used the lessons learned at Alive & Free to keep them on the path of freedom and education.
Guests in studio--Corey Monroe and John Henry. On the phone--Charles Robinson.
Street Soldier's Radio tackles the topic of Men's Violence Against Women & Sexual Assault during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Dr. Marshall leads the discussion with guests Stanford professor Judy Chu, activist and author Kevin Powell and filmmaker Byron Hurt. Our focus is on prevention and what we can do to prevent it. We also take phone calls from our listeners.
Street Soldiers Radio want to know if you are voting in the midterm elections? Yes, no and why...we want to know what issues matter most to you!
On the phone, we feature Kentfield Taylor.
The Northern California Innocence Project visits Street Soldiers. Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers team learn about The Innocence Project—an organization that revisits previous convictions of individuals who are believed to be innocent of their crimes. Guests in studio-- Lori Reinauer, Kelley Fleming, Obie Anthony, Maurice Caldwell and Zavion Johnson.
Alive & Free is....STEM! Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers team interviews our Alive & Free students who are currently in the STEM field. We also introduce you to our family who created an eco-system in STEM.
In the studio:
Dr. Chris Harrison, Ngozi Harrison, Aziza Harrison
Do you control it or does it control you? Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers team talk to you about the dangers of social media
One year later, Dr. Marshall revisits the incident that happened in Charlottesville, VA. He talks with ProPublica investigative reporter AC Thompson.
Meet some inspiring Bay Area spoken word artists that will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you think as they perform their spoken word for you on Street Soldiers Radio.
Meet Donte Clark, Jamay Walker, Tyanna Braswell, and Brianna Leung.
You get to meet our Alive & Free Leadership Academy students on this episode of Street Soldier Radio! We are excited to share their stories from our classroom and hear their next steps towards their first year in college.
We are excited to introduce you to Dr. Daija Foster, a young woman who attended the Alive & Free Leadership Academy and College Prep classes. She worked on her own anger, fear, and pain and was able to overcome her hardships and reached for the stars. Listen to her story here.
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.