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.... Show More

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February 24, 2021 87 min

This episode Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne join together and speak on Prison Reform and the issues surrounding it. They also touch on the recent death of radio personality, conservative political commentator Rush Limbaugh and the reactions surrounding his death. Moreover, they have our friend and motivational speaker Wallo, from the “Millions Dollaz Worth of Game” podcast join the discussion on Prison Reform and speak about his pas...

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​On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne talk about the importance of mental health in the Black Community and how different traumas affect our youth. Also, author and actor Hill Harper joins the conversation and adds his thoughts and experiences about doing the work on himself and becoming a better parent, friend and son. In addition, Colette Smith, NFL's first black woman coach and the first woman coach on ...

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​On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne spoke to the people about Black Love and added in Hip Hop couple Papoose and Remy Ma in the discussion. They spoke about "Old School" vs "New School" relaionships, relationship popularity, and what "black love" means to them. They also highlight community change maker Dejuana Thompson of Woke Vote where they spoke about her career, executive orders, ...

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February 3, 2021 76 min

Tamika and Mysonne kick off the first episode for Black History Month discussing how they can continue to empower our people and create a structure within society’s structure. They also discuss how important it is for our kids and the younger generation to learn and understand their black history. This episode also highlights Irv Roland who is a part of the organization “Until Freedom” and speak with him about his inspired transiti...

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​On this new episode of Street Politicians Tamika and Mysonne come together to challenge the term "impeachment" and question the timing of the current matter and it’s relation to Trump. Congressman Carson joins the discussion to speak in depth about how problematic and challenging, impeachment can really be! Later in the episode, Tamika and Mysonne talk with media personality Bevy Smith as she opens up about life experience...

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​On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne speak on the spread of Covid 19 and discuss the importance of coming together as a community and making historical change especially when it came to voting their interest in the recent election. They also highlight that black and brown people are in a State of Emergency, and for the many ways to get involved there is no excuse to help progress in the movement.

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​On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne speak on the recent events of domestic terrorism at the Capitol following the announcement of Georgia Senate Runoff Results. Also, they have a deep conversation on the meaning of white privilege for Tamika's "Thought of the Day". Moreover, this episode will also highlight Monique Idlett the Board Chair on Until Freedom, where they speak on her journey being on &...

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January 9, 2021 49 min

On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne take the people into the New Year discussing “Music For The Movement“. They discuss the marketing aspect of building a platform through instagram with specifically speaking on woman selling sexuality. Moreover they had special guest Rapsody who shares her thoughts on being an artist in HipHop and the obstacles she faces when it comes to people comparing her to oth...

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On this episode of Street Politicians, our hosts Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne talk about the importance of the upcoming election in Georgia. Moreover, with a quick mention about the sudden reports of the indictment of rappers in Tamika's thought of the day, they circled back around about the importance of who will be sitting in the Senate. They also had special guest, Atlanta trailblazer Phillana Williams who spoke about how s...

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This episode Tamika D, Mallory and Mysonne speak on buying black in America. Moreover, they challenge the discussion about supporting black businesses but not requiring the business to be excellent in the way in which they operate. In addition, they also, speak on how to find multiple streams of income during these unfortunate times. In fact, speaking on multiple streams, their special guest Ray J hopped in on the discussion where ...

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On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne "The General" get into a discussion about holding politicians accountible as well with politicians promoting the vaccine for COVId 19. Moreover, they had special guest Anthony Hamilton call in where they discussed his song "Mercy" featuring Tamika D Mallory, his panel on a Black Man's Perspective, all skinfolk ain't kinfolk and more.

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We are in a time where Justice and Peace is still not being met, but we have some people risking it all for justice. Join Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne “The General”  as they speak on activist and celebrities risking it all for justice. Street Politicians are also joined by NBA player and activist Sterling Brown as well with friend to the room Leslie Redmond

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Social media seems to play an imperative part of people’s lives around the world. There are some who debate whether it is improving or crippling communication skills. In this episode, Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne will be discussing the harm and benefits of social networks and how users brand themselves. Moreover, marketing strategist Karen Civil will meet with the hosts to discuss her branding wisdom pertaining to Social networkin...

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This episode Tamika and Mysonne will discuss “protecting black woman” and how to make the statement more normalized. They also deep dive into who should take accountability between the divide of black woman and black men. 


Also in this episode they will speak to comedian Affion Crockett, who provided his thoughts and his experience on the topic and suggest ways on how to change negative views on black woman. Also KJ Brooks will be t...

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November 18, 2020 105 min

With the highly anticipated election, we are glad to see some states go to red to blue and to finally see a black woman as VP as Joe Biden has declared to be the elected President. But of course there are some people that are not happy about the victory. Join Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne “The General” where the pair will discuss their reactions to the election and their thoughts on what will happen next. They are also are joined b...

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October 14, 2020 89 min
On this episode, The Street Politicians sit down for an intimate conversation with Breonna Taylor’s mother, Tamika Palmer, and sister Ju'Niyah, to discuss Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s decision not to charge officers in the murder of their beloved daughter and sister.

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August 31, 2020 54 min
On the heels of another police shooting of an innocent black man, Jacob Blake, join Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne “General” from Louisville, Kentucky, where the pair have relocated temporarily to put unprecedented pressure on local authorities to arrest the officers who killed Breonna Taylor in March. The episode, taped just days after Mysonne and others were released from jail for protesting and demanding justice for Breonna, give...

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August 31, 2020 91 min

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June 22, 2020 36 min

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June 12, 2020 48 min
We start off the new season with Black Lives Matter. Live from the Frontlines, we discuss the protests, police brutality, justice and George Floyd.

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