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Now displaying: March, 2021
Mar 29, 2021

Two Generations of Alive & Free-Mothers and Daughters.

Guests: Kiedi Smith, Kalah Regis, Yvette Gordon and Khalicia Jordan. 

Mar 22, 2021

Motherhood, relationships, self-care and more! Street Soldiers Radio dives into women's mental health as we chat about real issues affecting our women and some real solutions to help them through the different challenges each one of them face. 

 

Guests:Nia Ridgle, Evangela Brewster, Malorie Branch, Dana Ward Robinson, Amber Aaron, Amanda Ajisebutu, Jyairrah Martin, Melanie Gichane, Kymber Gastinell, Leila Mariano.

Mar 15, 2021

We are featuring local businesses- Picnics in the Bay, Intersecting Lines, Tasty Eats Catering and The Bookworm of Vallejo- to learn their journey in starting and maintaining their business.

Guests: Bolaji Idakoji, Tanya Moore,

Ranisha Scott,Kelli Orona & Nicole Goltiao

Mar 8, 2021

Women talk about the women they admire and have been influenced by; also the issues that women are facing today.

Guests: Dr. Janelle Tate-Green, Dr. Daija Foster, Dr. Cassie Marshall, Andrea Beasley,Evangela Brewster, Malorie Brewster, Ashley Blanco, Jyairrah Martin

Mar 1, 2021

Street Soldiers spotlights and celebrates Umoja--a community of educators and learners committed to the academic success, personal growth and self-actualization of African American and other students.

Guests—Jeri Marshall, Judy Mays, Kameron Sims, Taiyari Love, Denzel Phoenix, Romelia Turner and Yaw JP Wiafe.

 

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