Street Soldiers Radio talks with CARECEN SF's lawyers Tala Hartsough and Sarah Gavigan to see what is currently going on with immigration. They share their stories of being on the frontline and helping a variety of undocumented people.
Street Soldiers Radio wants to know What's On Your Mind and we found out popular and delicious Vegan Mob in Oakland, CA actually is! Bryhanna visited the new restaurant owned by Toriano Gordon and bought everything on the menu. Lady Estell visited Naturally Herbs & More in Richmond, CA and shares the results she received from natural medicine. Larry Dorsey's Uncle Tommy visits us in the studio and shares his story of serving as a Marine in the Vietnam War as we honor him this Veteran's Day.
Street Soldiers Radio introduces you the Vegan Mob, a new soul food restaurant in Oakland, CA owned by Toriano Gordon. We move on to Naturally Herbs and More in Richmond, CA with wife & husband duo Freniesha Huey & Ronald Huey who teach us about natural herbal products.
Guests in studio—Freniesha Huey, Ronald Huey and Toriano Gordon.
Street Soldiers Radio discusses relationships and how to build a healthy relationship with phone guest and relationship author, Enitan Bereola.
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Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers crew talk with Dr. Soraya Azari about the current status of the opioid epidemic that is affecting over 2.1 million people.
We also chat with Durrell "D.C" Coleman who shares his journey to Ireland and France as he shows us how the world is bigger than the block.
Street Soldiers Radio introduces you to the city of East Palo Alto and the birth of Live in Peace with Heather Starnes-Logwood and Eugene Jackson. They empower their youth to reclaim the vision for their future.
Street Soldiers Radio chats with The Everforward Club's Ashanti Branch to discover how he started the #100KMasks challenge and how his unique approach to helping young people around the world look inside themselves is really making a difference in their lives.
Street Soldiers Radio talks about the effects of social media with in studio guest, Alan Poindexter from the Youtube series, Welcome to the Table and the studio crew.
We also chat with
Tyra Fennell, President & CEO, of Imprint City. Tyra Fennell has served tirelessly through her work as founding director of Imprint City, to activate underutilized areas with public and performing arts projects to encourage increased foot traffic in support of local merchants.
Street Soldiers Radio introduces you to our collegians. Meet Xavion Babers, a freshman from the Oakland High who shares his first weeks at Tuskegee University and Assata Gui'chard from Vallejo who is at Spelman College.
We also dive into The 1619 Project is a program organized by The New York Times with the goal of re-examining the legacy of slavery in the United States and timed for the 400th anniversary of the arrival in America of the first enslaved people from West Africa.
Street Soldiers Radio interviews sneaker entrepreneur, Jason Drisker, who studied the shoe game and opened up his own shop in Richmond, CA.
We also report on California's new police use of force law with San Francisco Chief of Police William Scott.
Street Soldiers Radio continues our conversation on mental health as we talk with our callers about what's going on in their lives with in studio therapist Dr. Craig Adams and on the phone with therapist Dr. Michael Rubino.
Street Soldiers Radio welcomes The Blerd Academy, (BLack-nerds) is a wealth building program that focus on helping students get scholarships to HBCU's
Join Street Soldiers Radio as we introduce you to Dev/Mission, a free program that teaches young people core programs that are crucial to the STEM field.
"We aim to train untapped young adults ages 16-24 for careers in technology; so we can build wealth and prosperity in our local diverse communities.
<dev/Mission> was founded in early 2017 by Leonardo Sosa and a team of technologists that care about STEM opportunities for diverse young adults.
Our goal is to connect the most overlooked population in San Francisco, Bay Area and beyond; and expose them to careers in the tech industry."
Guests in studio—Gary Bizer, Ilani Williamson, Hunter Washington, Marvin Garcia and Andre Alexander. On the phone—Leo Garcia.
Street Soldiers Radio introduces you to our newest Alive & Free College Prep students who are on their way to college. In studio guests: Analeigh Fulgham; Tanesia Sanders; Tanzaniyah Robinson; Nimsi Garcia; Darious Howard; Assata Guichard; Alijah Guichard and Aaron Meneses.
Street Soldiers Radio takes a look at Netflix's epic mini-series, When They See Us, to discuss the impact The Central Park Five made on history.
Street Soldiers Radio interviews instructor and co-founder of the Financially Alive & Free model Ms. Demetra Jones as she talks about the beginning and purpose of the program to help keep our students free from debt. Collegian Dierel Marquez-Perez joins in the discussion as she explains her journey through the program and began her own women's collective talking about finances.
What words of wisdom that you have received have helped guide you through life? We listen to our callers as they share their words.
We also celebrate the Grand Opening of Hip Hop Juice Box in Emeryville, CA, a partnership formed with husband and wife team (and alumni), Eric & Layla Turner!
Street Soldiers Radio discusses the the Phoenix- AZ Police Department and the shoplifting incident. We have San Francisco Police Commissioner Dion-Jay Brookter in the studio and San Francisco Police Chief William Scott on the phone as we talk about solutions.
We also salute an Alive & Free college graduate, Saul Miranda Cardenas, who studied International Relations at UC San Diego.
Street Soldiers Radio wants to know "What's the best thing about being Dad?". Dr. Marshall & Lady Estell share their yearly salute to Fathers.
It's Black Music Month so Street Soldiers Radio dives right in to see what's in, what's out...what's hot and what's not.
Alive & Free alum Charles Robinson visits Street Soldiers Radio as he shares his journey to Alive & Free and how it helped to prepare him for college and the military. His children, Zhian & Nikiya, are in the studio and share their experience of finding out about their father's past life.
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May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we care about your mental health! We have Dr. Michael Rubino on the phone to help discuss some of the issues young people are going through. Hannah Mendoza from the Richmond Pulse talks about her article; she interviewed students from Richmond High School who shared their personal stories of their mental health.
Street Soldiers Radio celebrates Mother's Day and asks you, what's the best thing about being a mom?
Graduations, college signing day and a question: What are the biggest challenges do you think the community faces?
Also, an interview with filmmakers Josh & Harry Chuck of Chinatown Rising, premiering at CAAMFEST 37,