Str8Up is a podcast about social issues that you want to talk about but won't hear about on mainstream media. Hosts Calvin, Brandon, Krsitina and Lee grab guests from various communities discuss theses issues.
Str8Up began as a TV talk show at Bossier Parish Community College. The show’s concept came from current host Calvin, Co-hosts Brandon & Lee and former director Courtney. The show allowed students to be “Str8Up” on a number of topics. Questions were asked by BPCC students and others in the surrounding area. After graduation, Str8Up was turned into a short web series with a similar format but involved those in the general public.
Now Str8Up is a podcast that deals with social issues that most want to talk about but won't hear about on mainstream media. Calvin, Brandon, Kristina and Lee grab guests from various communities to discuss these issues. There is only ONE rule on our show and that is
YOU GOTTA BE STR8 UP!
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Calvin is the captain and voice of the Str8Up Show Podcast. He has nearly 10 years of media experience, having interviewed stars like Dak Prescott, Anthony Davis, Baker Mayfield and Oscar winner, William Joyce.
He is a graduate of Northwestern State University of Louisiana, where he earned his Bachelors of Arts degree in Communications (Public Relations). Calvin also has an Associates Degree in Broadcasting from Bossier Parish Community, where he, Courtney, Brandon and Lee created Str8Up.
Calvin has a big personality and loves helping anyone in need. He credits his family, friends and former professors with all the success of Str8Up.
High quality podcast! Great listening to a diverse group with different opinions we can learn from. Worth a listen for sure.
Dr. Monique Thompson,
DHA, LPC, LPC-S
Listen in to Str8Up. Support this podcast because I listened in before I came on the show. I liked what I heard. They’re really focusing on keeping things real and being real with you. I like that approach, so you guys support this podcast.
Shu Yi Wen
It was great working with the creators of Str8Up! They are inquisitive and willing to learn about the experiences of other people. It was a great experience overall and a nice way to get my voice heard.