February 22, 2021
Slow Motion With Bishop Bowser
My guest tonight on Episode 25 of Slow Motion With Bishop Bowser, Shaphat Outreach Podcast is Terrance Stewart.
As a youth, Terrance participated in gang activities, he is a survivor of gun violence, and formerly incarcerated. He went back to school and earned his Master’s Degree in Education. Hear his personal story and get his thoughts on racial justice, black History (a focus on Malcolm X), criminal justice reform and the work he is presently doing.
February 17, 2021
Episode 24 is an interview with Curtis Howard, San Diego Chapter Chairman of "All Of Us Or None", Former Neighborhood Crip, and Formerly Incarcerated. Discussions cover Black Lives Matter, Prison life, gangs, new legislation in California, the divide between black men and black woman, Bernie Sanders, reparations, Mayor Todd Gloria and police reform.
February 14, 2021
My guest on Episode 23 of Slow Motion With Bishop Bowser, Shaphat Outreach Podcast is Aeiramique (Meeka) Glass-Blake, Director of Generation Justice and Candidate for California State Assembly District 79.
Get her thoughts on affordable housing and the homeless crisis, police reform, bringing resources into underserved communities, opportunities for the formerly incarcerated, helping college students get affordable housing, how to prevent the mass exodus of young people leaving San Diego, dividing the Black vote, the corrupt culture of politics and much more.
#AD79 #Blackvote #assemblydistrict79ca #politics
February 10, 2021
My guest tonight on Slow Motion With Bishop Bowser is Michael Singletary a former Central City Gangster/5-9 Brim or South Side Brim. Shares his story how he went from being a violent gang member to going back to school to get his Master's Degree.
January 31, 2021
“Slow Motion With Bishop Bowser” Shaphat Outreach Podcast my today guest is Aubra (Coo Coo) McNeely. Coo Coo is a former member gang member of the West Coast Crips and has a unique story to tell. He served 32 years in prison for murder and has been a free man for three years. Tune in and hear his amazing story.
December 29, 2020
Alvin Hayes was sentence to 17 years to life for murder. He was denied suitable for parole 10 times and on the 11th parole board hearing he was granted parole. Alvin share what life was like serving life in prison, and what life is like after serving life.
December 21, 2020
Bishop Bowser explains why believers in the Messiah should not be celebrating Christmas
December 14, 2020
In episode 18 Bishop Bowser discusses 5 things black people don't care about but should:
1. Community Violence
2. Having Good Health
5. Black Men
December 1, 2020
Slow Motion With Bishop Bowser
Shaphat Outreach Podcast
Topics of discussion
- Community Violence and Policing Ourselves (Including a discussion on “A Season and Time of Peace)
- Mayor Elect Todd Gloria Newly Appointed Staff (nothing to be excited about)
- The power of police unions
November 16, 2020
Episode 16- The question we attempt to answer: Is the Black man trying to emulate the white culture/white supremacy.