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,
Alive & Free's Collegians join us in the Street Soldiers Radio studio to share their journey to and through college.
From Formerly Incarcerated to Community Organizer. The Richard B. Empowerment Pathways Fellowship Program visits Street Soldiers Radio. Our guests on this show include Andre' Aikins, Tamisha Walker, Keith Snodgrass, Chala Bonner, Carlos Fernandez, Adey Tashger, La Mar Harrison, and Michelle Walker.
Street Soldiers Radio talks with Dr. Michael Rubino about the importance of mental health with our youth and community. Alive & Free Leadership Academy students Aaron Meneses, Erica Sailors, Shaianne Foster, and Annaleigh Fulgham share their own experiences and ways to cope.
Street Soldiers Radio reflects on the life and legacy of Nipsey Hussle. We listen to the influence he had on our callers. We have a special phone interviews with Black Enterprise writer, Lydia Blanco, and Bayview/Hunter's Point's own Imprint City's Executive Director, Tyra Fennell.
Street Soldiers Radio celebrates 3 local women entrepreneurs from the San Francisco Bay Area. We introduce you to the women of Red Door Catering~ Reign Free, Platinum Sports Massage~ Kelli Preston, and Gratitude~ Ghaliyah Roberts-Palmer.
Street Soldiers Radio talks with Kemba Smith Pradia, author of Poster Child. She shares her story of going from college student to drug dealer's girlfriend to domestic violence victim to federal prisoner. She shares her story of how making poor choices blinded by love and devotion can bring long-term consequences.
We also talk with other women in the studio and on the phone as they share their own stories and thoughts about why women choose bad boys.
What are some of the myths or stereotypes that girls or women have had to overcome or bust through? What myths or stereotypes still exist that are just not true?
We also discuss the New Zealand Massacre and the College Cheating Scandal.
We have Khyrishi Wiginton from Oakland's Culture Keepers, a program that takes youth to Africa, on the phone.
Kickoff show of Women’s History Month. Celebrating the Women of Alive & Free. Guests in studio—Alive & Free alumni Layla Collins and Veronica Hodge. On the phone alumni Natasha Lewis-Jones, Portia Kane-Abdullah, Te-Reisha Graves, Amber Aaron, Vanita Lee-Tatum and Daija Foster.
The African Diaspora-a conversation between Black Americans and Blacks in the Diaspora. Guests in studio—Emenet Gelata and Yuri Clark. On the phone—Adoubou Traore and Kino Carson
2nd show of Black History Month.
USF BASE students talk about the program and their recent Black Heritage Immersion Trip. Guest in studio: Dr. Candice Harrison, Maya Cravedi, Mike’l Gregory, AJ Alston, Houston Tucker, Victoria Lamar, Zian Perez, Julian Sorapuru, Bella Dickson and Michael Bell.
We celebrate the first week of Black History Month by quizzing our Street Soldiers about Black History facts!
Kino Carson lets us know that the stepping is about to begin as Urban Heat Academy step competition performs Feb. 23rd, 2019 at
Skyline High School, 12250 Skyline Blvd, Oakland, CA.
Check out www.UrbanHeatAcademy for more information.
Dr. Marshall and the Street Soldiers Crew discuss some critical issues that are plaguing our youth. We have special guest, Dr. Michael Rubino, a clinical child & adolescent psychologist in Pleasant Hill, CA along with Alive & Free's Leadership Academy students.
Street Soldiers Radio celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s 90th birthday with phone guest, Clarence B. Jones.
Also, we recap with All of Us or None about their event on prison reform.
The Street Soldiers crew talk to about current event as we enter 2019. More prison reform, more government shutdown and more R Kelly. Phone guests—Dauras Cyprian and Aminah Elster of All of Us or None.
New Year’s Show—2019. A look back and a look forward.
Phone guest—Keith Whatley