*FOX 5 Reporter Lisa Evers, Host of “Street Soldiers,” heard on HOT 97 & seen on FOX 5, moderated a panel about one of the most crucial issues in our country: Police – Community Relations.
The celebrity panel included a diversity of opinions, from Hip Hop artists, to community activists and included a former NYPD lieutenant. (See photos and flier attached) The “Street Soldiers” Push 4 Peace Town Hall was last Saturday, but the show will broadcast on FOX 5 in New York this Saturday, August 6th at 10:30pm.
Part 2 will air on Saturday, August 20th at 10:30pm.
Some notable guests included:
- Somaya “Boss” Reece – Reality TV Star (VH-1 “Love & Hip Hop,” E! “Famously Single)
- Tony Richardson – NFL Star – Former NY Jet and in the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame
- GRAFH – Hip Hop Artist
- Moses “Moe” Verneau – Creator, Star of the “Money & Violence” Series
- Torae – Hip Hop Artist, Sirius XM Host
- Lady Luck – Hip Hop Artist
Lisa Evers Broadcasts Town Hall: Policy-Community Relations
About Lisa Evers
Evers interviewed such celebrities as Derek Jeter, Jay-Z, and 50 Cent. She occasionally hosts FOX 5’s public affairs show, “Good Day Street Talk” on topical issues. In addition to television, Evers hosts a weekly #1 rated community affairs talk show on New York’s Hot 97 FM radio station.
With the support of FOX 5 and HOT 97, she led a drive that brought a truckload of new clothes, sneakers and toys to survivors of Hurricane Katrina. Most recently, along with the Hip Hop Has Heart Foundation, she helped organize a major relief effort in the Rockaways following Super Storm Sandy.
Prior to FOX 5, Evers was a general assignment reporter for 1010 WINS, the nation’s #1 news radio station. She reported live from Ground Zero on September 11, and for many days following the terror attacks. She began at WINS as a freelance reporter, and was also working for CNN Radio Network, and the ABC Radio Network.
In 1987 Evers’ book “Attitude” was released.