Street Politicians hosted by Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne

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.

Season 1: Episode 1
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Justice is Not a Trend w/ Porsha Willams
Season 3: Episode 10

On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne talk to the people about the outcome of the Georgia Senate Runoff and the importance of keeping the momentum now that the presidential election is over. We must all find our role in the movement! Our hosts are also joined by rapper and community leader Trae Tha Truth from Houston, TX and a true Georgia Peach, Porsha Williams. Not only is Porsha a multi-talented host and media personality, she's passionate about fighting for justice.

Amerikka: A Guilty System
Season 3: Episode 9

On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne talk about the recent events of domestic terrorism at the Capitol following the announcement of Georgia Senate Runoff results. This episode also features Monique Idlett, Board Chair of Until Freedom and recent contestant on Discovery Channel’s “Undercover Billionaire.”

Music for the Movement with Lyricist Rapsody
Season 3: Episode 8

On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne take the people into the New Year discussing “Music For The Movement.“ Our hosts will dive into the role of Hip Hop in politics and how it has impacted culture, featuring special guest Rapsody. This episode also highlights youth activist Mary-Pat Hector, Georgia State Coordinator of the ‘Black Youth Vote’ organization.

Georgia for Everybody with Phillana Williams
Season 3: Episode 7

On this episode of Street Politicians, our hosts Tamika and Mysonne talk about the importance of the upcoming election in Georgia and how Atlanta trailblazer Phillana Williams has grown with the city over the years! This episode also highlights youth activist Helen Butler, Executive Director of the Georgia Coalition For the People’s Agenda.

Buying Black with Tech Entrepreneur Ray J
Season 3: Episode 6

On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne talk to the people about the importance of entrepreneurship, tech, and the value of black excellence in business. Our hosts will speak with special guest Ray J on his transition from entertainment to tech entrepreneurship. Tamika and Mysonne also feature community leader and NYC native, Nantasha Williams who is running for a New York City Council seat in Queens.

Mercy! Special Guest Anthony Hamiltion
Season 3: Episode 5

On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne take the people into the New Year discussing “Mercy” and giving back this holiday season and feature GRAMMY® Award-winning guest, Anthony Hamilton. Tamika and Mysonne also talk with Aaminah Turabi, State Director for March for Our Lives GA, and Deputy State Director for RISE Georgia.

Risking It All for Justice
Season 3: Episode 4

In a time where equity and peace is still not being met some people are risking it all for justice. Join Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne “The General” as they speak about the critical work of activists across the country and their commitment to dealing with issues of social injustice. Our Street Politicians are also joined by NBA player and activist Sterling Brown as well as Leslie Redmond, Minneapolis NAACP President and civil rights advocate.

Social Media: Is it friend or foe?
Season 3: Episode 3

Social media is used around the world and plays a big role in people’s everyday lives. There is some debate on whether these sites improve or diminish our communication skills and how social networking sites allow for internet trolls to get under our skin without ever interacting face to face. In this episode, Tamika and Mysonne discuss the benefit and harm of social media and how users utilize these platforms to brand themselves. Marketing strategist, Karen Civil joins our Street Politicians and shares some of her social media branding wisdom. Tamika and Mysonne speak with Letetra Widman, Jacob Blake’s sister and local activist to talk about her brother’s recovery and the work she’s doing in her community of Kenosha, Wisconsin.

Protect Black Women
Season 3: Episode 2

Malcolm X said, "The most disrespected person in America is the black woman. The most unprotected person in America is the black woman. The most neglected person in America is the Black woman." In 2020, this statement is more true than ever. In this episode, our Street Politicians discuss who should take accountability for the divide between black women and men. Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne "The General" are joined by actor, writer, dancer, rapper, comedian and music producer, Affion Crockett. The trio discuss how they can protect black women in their everyday lives. KJ Brooks, a Kansas City community organizer, activist and co-founder of “Tha Chingona Collective” speaks out after standing up to the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners in a video that went viral.

Now What? - Post Election Discussion!
Season 3: Episode 1

The kick off to Season 3 of Street Politicians is filled with special guests including: newly elected Washington State Senator, T’wina Nobles, Congresswoman Yvette Clark and Louisanna activist Gary Chambers to discuss the post-election world and the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic. Join Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne “The General” on this episode of Street Politicians airing on the Black Effect Podcast Network & iWomanTV as they react to the historic 2020 election, Trump’s inability to concede and what it means to finally have Kamala Harris in office alongside Joe Biden.

Breonna Taylor: Part 2
Season 2: Episode 5

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

Enough is Enough
Season 2: Episode 4

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented

Systemic Racism
Season 2: Episode 3

On this episode of Street Politicians, Tamika and Mysonne give the facts about systematic racism and explore the systems of white supremacy. They highlight the correlation between violence and poverty as well as focus on a system that has been designed to keep communities oppressed, dependent and broken. Tamika and Mysonne reflect on their personal experiences of systematic racism and the deadly effect it has on the Black community.

What Happened to Breonna Taylor?
Season 2: Episode 2

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

No Freedom! No Peace!
Season 2: Episode 1

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

History and Future
Season 1: Episode 9

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

Behind the Scenes
Season 1: Episode 8

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

Politics and Fashion
Season 1: Episode 7

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

Snoop Dogg & Gayle King Controversy
Season 1: Episode 6

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

Mysonne’s Soul is Not for Sale
Season 1: Episode 5

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

Salute to Kobe Bryant
Season 1: Episode 4

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

A Dog Vs A Black Man
Season 1: Episode 3

This is Street Politicians where the streets and politics meet. Tamika & Mysonne talk freely about pop & hip hop culture, money, community engagement & social justice to bring information from the street to you and highlight a point of view that is often not represented.

Are We Still Kneeling or Nah?
Season 1: Episode 2

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

Debut: Meet Tamika D. Mallory and Mysonne
Season 1: Episode 1

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