The University of San Francisco Marshall-Riley Living Learning Center Scholars enlighten our Street Soldiers Radio audience on their Black History Immersion trip to the South. Guests: Dr. Aja Holmes, Kevin Collymore and the Marshall-Riley Scholars.
We explore relationships with our callers and audience with special guest Sabrina Robertson LCSW.
1st show of Black History Month.
What do you know…and what don’t you know? Knowledge is Power.
Guests: Justin Boyle, Masiyah Edwards, Erika Albury, Lowell Davis, Zuri Swift, Julianna Moore and Carl Levy.
Street Soldiers Radio: Clarence B. Jones
Clarence B. Jones-Martin Luther King, Jr.’s
lawyer and speechwriter and author of his newest book, Last of the Lions with guest Jonathan Greenberg.
How students identify themselves and how they see race in themselves and others. Guests: Mitzi Perez, Diana Nguyen,
Juan Cabrera, Janna Nievarez, Mariana Cook,
Mariana Calvario, Emely Pascacio and Laura Leon.
The Willie Mays Scholars program creates opportunities for our youth to not only overcome racial and educational inequities, but to succeed in high school, college and beyond. The team who helps to make this happen and students will join us on air. In partnership with Alive & Free and 100% College Prep and the Giants Community Fund, we are setting our students up to achieve their educational goals.
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Street Soldiers Radio asks our guests what keeps them doing right and what keeps them from doing wrong as we celebrate our 2023 radio show guests and their stories.
A Conversation About the Impact of Hate and Bullying on Youth. Guests: Mitzi Perez-Caro, Juan Cabrera,
Willow Martinez Gomez, Sasha Abigana, Betzy Ruiz Moncada, Aaliyah Hanvey and Janna Nievarez.
Street Soldiers Radio celebrates our 31st Anniversary of stopping the violence with conversation over the radio airwaves with our guests and audience on 106.1 KMEL/iHeartRadio. Guests: LaShara Johnson, Johnnie Dempsey, Vanessa Russell, Jamaal Kizzee, Michelle Phillips, Stan Logwood, Sadio Simon, and Llowellyn Syce.
This Thanksgiving, what are you thankful for? Our callers share what they are grateful for and what they're eating this holiday.
We are also joined by Gus Smith who shares about his daughter's achievement- the movie Kemba is being premiere across the world as it explores the life of Kemba Smith-Pradia and as a sheltered college student who falls in love with a man, only to learn he is a drug kingpin, finds herself in the middle of the government’s “war on drugs.”
A family’s journey. Loving and caring for someone with Autism.
Guests: Gary Hall and Ryan Hall.
The more you know, the more you owe is a Coachism our students live by. Alive & Free collegian and University of Chicago junior Jyairrah Martin introduces us to her students on our latest episode of Street Soldiers Radio.
Guests: Jyairrah Martin, Jayden Johnson, Bria St. Clair, Uchenna Nnawuchi, Yaa Agyena, Trinity Leflore, Zoe Snelling, Xenia Martin, LaNiya Jordan and Bricen Ward.
Learn more at www.StayAliveAndFree.org
Open Lines and Alive & Free Training Participants
Donald Lacy joins us with the LoveLife Foundation who is committed to promoting life and saving lives through community revitalization, leadership and development.
Author Dr. Tarramazz Harris shares insight of an urban rapper who navigated his way through a journey of becoming a black doctor/clinical psychologist.
In the documentary HAZING, award-winning filmmaker Byron Hurt lifts the veil on secret underground rituals that are often dehumanizing, abusive and sometimes deadly. Street Soldiers sits down with Byron Hurt and the families from his documentary to share their experiences with hazing.
Together we can end Human Trafficking. We discuss with our guests:
Vanessa Russell—Founder-Love Never Fails
Dr. Jennifer Lyle—Executive Director-MISSSEY
Betty Ann Hagenau—Founder/Executive Director-BAATC (Bay Area Anti Trafficking Coalition)
We dive deep into the hard conversation of mental health and suicide prevention.
Guests: Jamaal Kizziee LMFT, LaShara Johnson and Dr. Brendan Collins-Bride.
Street Soldiers Radio continues our discussion about parenthood as our callers share their observations, personal experiences and more.
Tune in every Sunday at 8pm PST on 106.1 KMEL/iHeart Radio and watch us on Facebook.com/StayAliveAndFree.
Street Soldiers Radio asked our callers to share their thoughts and experiences with parenting with guests LaShara Johnson and Jamaal Kizzee.
How has life changed for you after Covid-19?
Dr. Andre Campbell, Trauma Surgeon & Clinical Educator joins Street Soldiers Radio to discuss the latest updates on Covid.
We also take questions from our callers who share their experiences and concerns with Street Soldiers Radio.
Erika Lazo, author of My Covid Diary: Reflections of Childhood, Parenthood and Loss During COVID, joins us to share her journaling project that turned into a book chronicling her experiences during the pandemic.
Street Soldiers Radio is joined by guests Ashanti Branch, Johnathan Pugh Jr. and Wenceslao Soto with a discussion about men, masculinity and the emotional masks.
The Ever Forward Club was founded by Ashanti Branch in 2004 at San Lorenzo High School. While teaching mathematics, Branch observed the young men of color in his classes moving backward academically. After inviting a group of these students to have lunch with him once a week to teach him to be a better teacher, these young men began to reveal that being smart was perceived as being “uncool,” and that challenges in their personal life kept them from making school a priority.
Branch decided to serve these young men as a mentor, and launched the first Ever Forward Club as a support program where at-risk young men could gather over lunch in a mentor-led safe environment, process emotions, and sustain each other through their struggles.
How much progress have we made since Ferguson, MO?
Guests: Paul Henderson Executive Director
San Francisco Office of Police Accountability and Michelle Phillips Inspector General City of Oakland.
Meet the Kings Accountability Group-an organization that provides professional development and mentoring services to improve the lives of others.
Guests: Victor Johnson, Terrance Howard and Dr. Joe Cannon.
Also a conversation with USF Professor of Politics James Taylor
about the Trump indicments.