Stacey Uy sits down with Step Off! Radio to discuss her zine series Radical History Club, the importance of curating decolonial curriculum, & representation in U.S. history texts … More ‘Brave Enough to Resist’ Step Off! Radio: The Radical History Club Episode With Stacey Uy
Community organizer Juan Carlos Lozano sits down for the latest episode of Step Off! Radio to discuss activism in San Diego, his debut EP ‘Ambition In Transition, & his business PERSEVERANCE clothing … More ‘Ambition In Transition’ Step Off! Radio: The Juan Carlos Lozano Episode
Author Beatrice Zamora sits down with Step Off! Radio to discuss her new children’s book ‘The Spirit of Chicano’, the importance of representation in children’s literature & the legacy of Chicano Park fifty years since its founding. … More ‘Under the Bridge’: Step Off! Radio The Spirit of Chicano Park Episode With Beatrice Zamora
An exploration of policy changes made by the California Department of Transportation, how they infringe on the rights of Chicano Park muralists & what can be done … More ‘Art & Resistance’: New Policies Made By CalTrans Threaten the Rights of Future Chicano Park Muralists
The National Brown Berets de Aztlán sit down with Step Off! Magazine to discuss the chapter’s past, present and future in Barrio Logan, San Diego … More ‘Warriors of Aztlán’: Step Off! Radio The National Brown Berets de Aztlán Episode
White Nationalists Driven Out of Chicano Park Are Yet Another Testament to the Changing Face of Hate in the U.S. … More Hatred Hides Behind A Flag (Colonizers Be Trippin): The Changing Face of Hate in the U.S.
A discussion on the history of Chicano Park, its legacy & the community’s ability to educate and counter false narratives … More La Tierra Mia: Confronting Lies & Ignorance From Outside Forces On Chicano Park
Rapper and community leader Real J. Wallace sits down with Step Off! Magazine for an in-depth interview … More The Last Black Man In Barrio Logan: Real J. Wallace Discusses Hip-Hop, Spirituality, The Early Days Of His Music Career And Gentrification In Barrio Logan