24 episodes

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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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 115 Ratings

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.

    Justice is Not a Trend with Porsha Williams and Trae tha Truth

    Justice is Not a Trend with Porsha Williams and Trae tha Truth

    ​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.
    They had special guest and partner in the movement Porsha Williams join in on the discussion where she spoke about marching for justice, understanding the importance in politics and much more. Moreover, they also spoke with rapper and activist Trae tha Truth where they spoke about him building with the community and giving back.
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    • 1 hr 5 min
    This is AmeriKKKa: A Guilty System with Monique Idlett

    This is AmeriKKKa: A Guilty System with Monique Idlett

    ​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 "Undercover Billionaire".
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    • 1 hr 23 min
    Music for the Movement with Rapsody

    Music for the Movement with Rapsody

    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 other artist such as Cardi B, and why there is not a balance in the music industry for female rappers.

    Moreover, they also highlight youth activist Mary Pat Hector, Georgia State Coordinator of the ‘Black Youth Vote’ organization and discuss the Atlanta election,
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    • 49 min
    Atlanta for Everybody with Phillana Williams and Helen Butler

    Atlanta for Everybody with Phillana Williams and Helen Butler

    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 she is able to get artist and entertainers to participate in the political process and why she made the shift from her past title. Moreover, they also highlight youth activist Helen Butler, Executive Director of the Georgia Coalition For the People’s Agenda.
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    • 1 hr 12 min
    Buying Black with Ray J and activist Natasha Williams

    Buying Black with Ray J and activist Natasha Williams

    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 he also spoke about his different businesses, and how he got started.
    For their local activist segment they had Nastasha Williams, who spoke about her running for a second time for city council in Queens New York, wanting to shape change and more.
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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Mercy with Anthony Hamilton and activist Aaminah Turabi

    Mercy with Anthony Hamilton and activist Aaminah Turabi

    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.
    This episode will also highlight local activist Aaminah Turabi, who is the State Director for March for Our Lives GA.
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    • 1 hr 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
115 Ratings

115 Ratings

music812 ,

Definitely A strong supporter of this podcast

Absolutely Love This. Keep them coming

J-Rock-RN ,

Nothing new being said here

Ya all are just rehashing what CNN, MSNBC,ABC, CBS , NBC..(get my point.) have been saying for the past 12 yrs.....BORING. Ya all ain’t being bold, brave or breaking new ground. And if your “guest” just say the same thing ur saying then I gotta call this what it is..a girls SOFTBALL game. Ain’t no hardball topic, questions or challenges. It’s same script that every WOKE social media platform has been force fed , & now are in turn , are force feeding to another victim generation. Boring

Cydnor7 ,

Fierce Truth Speakers for Freedom

Listening to Mysonne and Tamika viewpoints on matters of race , politics and injustices is medicine for our soul. I’m not as familiar with Mysonne’s work as I am with Tamika’s. With that being said they seem to mesh pretty well together as a unit. I like the fact they bring an infusion of boldness, tenacity and fierceness to the podcast arena. Thank you Mysonne and Tamika for the good work.

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