ODM, one half of the iconic Hip-Hop group a Lighter Shade of Brown sits down with Step Off! Radio to discuss the groups origins, the history behind some of their biggest hits & the untimely passing of group member DTTX (Don’t Try to Xerox) … More ‘Lighter Shade of Reality’: Step Off! Radio The Lighter Shade of Brown Episode with ODM
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
How revolutionaries & Logan residents protect the community from white supremacy … More ‘Not In Our Hood!’: Revolutionary Organizing Protects Barrio Logan
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
DJ and independent filmmaker DJ Melissa ‘Lil’ Smiley’ Dueñas sits down with Step Off! Magazine for an in-depth interview about her upcoming docuseries The East Side Story Project … More ‘The Untold Story’: Melissa ‘DJ Lil’ Smiley’ Dueñas Uncovers the Little Known History Behind ‘The East Side Story’ Albums With An Ambitious Documentary Series
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