Street Politicians

Street Politicians

Street Politicians is the dynamic, new video-taped podcast featuring activists Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne, the General. Their show takes an uninhibited look at the social and civil rights issues, pop-culture and politics. Together, they underscore the importance of social activism, awareness, knowing your rights and having a voice. They want you to know that being in service to one’s community isn’t old school; it’s real, it’s happening and its needed now more than ever. Their aim is to push our culture forward so that together, we can make the world a better place right now…and for generations to come.

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July 21, 2021 89 min

This week Tamika and Mysonne opened up the episode about sex politics which got a little heated but it also opened up bigger discussion topic for furture episodes. In addition, for their main discussion they speak about gun violence and have some of their friends join on the discussion. Their first guest Dr. Chico Tillmon spoke to them about his organization Cure Violence, which he works to de-escalate community disputes that have ...

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Over 230 people were shot in America during this past 4th of July weekend. Since the pandemic, it has been reported that there has been a rise in violence across America. Gun violence has become an epidemic in this country. On this episode of Street Politicians, hosts Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne The General focus on dealing with violence within our own communities. The hosts' sitdown with Patience Murray, a survivor of the 20...

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June 30, 2021 71 min

This episode Mysonne held down the show as Tamika is touring for her book "State of Emergency". In memory of the late great Nipsey Hussel, Mysonne started an iniative to try to stop the gun violence in our community among our young men, In addition, he was joined by his friend Prince Matt who is a community activist and speaks through experience about gun violence. He also was joined by Shanduke McPhatter who is apart of th...

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June 23, 2021 68 min

This epsiode Tamika and Mysonne come together and speak about fatherhood as well with brotherhood with some special guest. They first speak to their friend and mentor Jeff Johnson who is a commentaor and journalist, and discussed how he grew as a man through fatherhood and how he recognized the difference of legacy movement and pleasure movement while being a father. Lastly, they spoke to another father and brand strategist James B...

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June 16, 2021 55 min

Just 100 years after the tragic Tulsa massacre, Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne “The General” discuss the tragic incident and its impact on today's world. May 31st, 2021, marked 100 years since the massacre occurred. The violent incident left a heavy financial strain on the African American community. 


In this week's episode, Tamika and Mysonne are joined in conversation by American Politician Reverend Jessie Jackson and Lael ...

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June 9, 2021 84 min

This episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne speak on ranked choice voting with former member of the New York City Council from the 45th district, Jumaane Williams who breaks down the benefits and challenges within that voting process. They also speak with their friend Reverend Dr. Mark Thompson who explains where he stands on rank choice voting and the importance of educating the people about it for this months election.

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This episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne join together and have a deep and honest discussion about the divide between black woman and black men in society and the struggle of finding the balance between the roles they play in a family. Also, the streets are talking about the restaurants having a hard time finding employees as the world begins to open up more. Moreover, they speak with the family members and attorney of Ronald Gre...

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May 19, 2021 72 min

This weeks episode we celebrate Mysonne's birthday as well as the release of Tamika's book "State of Emergency". Morever, they speak on qualifeid immunity and legislations that will push the envelope for the black community to be properly represented and treated equally in this country. Also, they have surprise guests call in, such as P Diddy, Fat Joe and members from their organization "Until Freedom" who c...

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May 12, 2021 53 min

State of Emergency! Tamika's book, which covers the state of the country featuring contributions from many artists and authors, has finally hit the stands. In celebration of her book release, Tamika and Mysonne bring on some of their friends to discuss all the contributing factors which have brought this country to its "State of Emergency." Tamika also gives listeners insight into her writing process and teasers for the...

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May 5, 2021 97 min

As the world and businesses reopens there’s always going to be that elephant in the room, where someone wonders if someone near is infected with Covid. However, like many issues that impact us, there has been a major racialized impact that COVID-19 has on black and brown communities in the United States. With a surge in new infections, the pandemic is now likely to keep many students out of the classroom until late 2021. Moreover, ...

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This week Tamika D Mallory and Mysonne join together and speak on their experience supporting the family and friends of DMX as they attended his going home ceremony. Moreover, they speak on the unfortunate continuation of police brutality on the black community and spoke out about how we the people need to keep applying pressure on President Joe Biden and the government to do something about it! And to join in on that discussion, n...

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This episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne discuss the lack of interest in environmental sustainability and healthy eating among African-Americans, however, many are no strangers to sustainable living and healthy eating. They had several guests join to discuss the importance of Sustainable Lifestyles and Eating Healthy. Styles P and his wife Adjua Styles speak about what inspired their many health brands and why changing the way we...

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April 14, 2021 100 min

This week Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne extend their prayers to the family and friends of the legend DMX, as well as share their personal experiences they had with him before his passing. Also, during Tamika's "Thought of the Day" they discuss the divide between black men and woman and question why some men feel when we elevate black woman they think it means they are diminishing the black man? They also had tax expert ...

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This episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne come together for a special discussion in light of the Derek Chauvin case to bring other family members and mothers who lost loved ones from police brutaltity and gun violence. They bring in Tamika Palmer the mother of Breonna Taylor, Shianne Norman the mother of Lloyd Morgan Jr., Nicole Bell the wife of Sean Bell and Sybrina Fulton the mother of Trayvon Martin for them to express their th...

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This episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne join together to discuss their unapologetic work they do for the community and within their organization and knowing their calling, despite the criticism they may recieve. Also, they speak on using the opportunities to bring more awareness to the people that may not understand why they bring cameras to their marches and other events. In addition, as we approach Tax season they have Rashad ...

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This episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne join together once again, and this time they discuss the challenges of starting over or doing something new. Moreover they had guests and friends to the room Ronne Brown and Jamila T. Davis, who join in on the topic and also discuss their experiences stepping into something new and overcoming generational fears. 

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This week on Street Politicians Tamika D Mallory highlight Jay-z for his "Ace of Spades" deal along with mentioning the continued fight for justice for Breonna Taylor. They also question the governments law on minimum wage. Also, they highlight President and CEO of Just leadership USA organization, Deanna Hoskins who spoke about overcoming her experience being in a women’s prison and creating a business. For Mysonne’s “I Do...

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March 19, 2021 30 min

Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne "The General" take a moment to break down their journey and how it continues to inspire them to do the work in local communities.

After taking the this years past Grammys stage, Tamika and Mysonne address some of the questions surrounding why they believe they were called to become activists on the frontlines of the fight for justice. 

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This weeks episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne celebrate the beauty of black hair while also combating their insecurties with it. Moreover, beyond every braid, curl, loc, and strand is a sacred story for people of color, and even though it's just hair, there's so much more than meets the eye, and to help discuss this topic they had several guest with businesses that contribute to black hair. They had BB Judy the CEO of Ka...

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​On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne kick off Women's History month by discussing the importance of womanhood and saluting the countless women making an impact in their communities, their nation, and the world. They also get into a very deep and challenging discussion about the controversial comments Boosie recently said about Lori Harvey's dating history. Moreover, author and ordained minis...

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