Dale Gas Confidentials
By DaleGas Confidentials
Dale Gas ConfidentialsSep 22, 2021
Season 2 Volume 5 : Dr. Be Z
Dr. Be Z aka Dra Belinda Zamacona shares her student life trajectory from the state of Guerrero to the halls of SDSU and UC San Diego. As well as her most current achievement of attaining her Doctoral degree.
Ps. We had some technical difficulties and our recorder stopped... but Wicho always thinking ahead and had us on a backup recorder. Enjoy the episode!!
Season 2 Volume 4 : Is there a Doctor in the Barrio?
Season 2 Volume 3 : The Crew
Meet the crew behind La Vuelta & The Shop. We discuss the history, tradition, cultura and much more regarding cruising in the 619 as well as the various events officially hosted or sponsored by them!
Season 2 Volume 2 : Dear Momma
Season 2 Volume 1 : El JBG
Volume 13 : The Spoke On The Wheel
A vato who is ready for whatever. DJ, School Counselor, Lowrider... Whether it's a pachanga, car show, kickback or school dance. And of course comes with a wealth of street and school knowledge that has allowed him to meet and work with thousands of students in the barrios of San Diego. Yes, you guessed it! It is Wicho's turn to be on the hot seat and share his story to close out Season One of the Dale Gas Confidentials!
Volumen 12.2 : Community Tia
From the colonias in Tijuas to the hallways in Washington DC District 1 SD county board supervisor, Vice-chair for board, Community activist, and overall chingona with 25 years working to drive positive change and serve her community through public service. Our “Community Tia” is committed to ensuring that marginalized voices are included in the public dialogue regarding important issues such as health access, energy, technology, consumer protection, the environment, civic engagement, pensions and education.
Volume 12.1 : La Pink Chicana Poet
Sinai is a first time author. Wrote and self-published: Pink Poems Tan Thoughts, a series of colorful poems and bilingual short stories that promotes healing and self-love through storytelling.
Last year she co-founded and coordinated a college scholarship in honor of her late mentor Nancy Brusch, with the non-profit UrbanLife. She now donates 100% of book profits to UrbanLife to support awarding 4 yearly college scholarships to BIPOC student learners from immigrant and refugee backgrounds in City Heights.
Sinai is currently an educator and doctoral student at UC San Diego, and plans to celebrating the underrepresented student voices in higher education through her research. You can follow Sinai on Instagram at Pink Chicana Poet, where she uplifts and highlights BIPOC businesses, artists, writers, activists and empowering messages.
Volume 11.3 : Dra. Rebelde!
From Lynwood to Riverside all the way down to San Diego, Dr. Berenice Badillo takes us through her journey as a student, artist, muralist, all the way to her Ph.D! She tells us about her experience as an Art Therapist and we get into the current state of education, teachers, counselors and what we can consider to make our experiences better. Not to mention, Representation...
¡QUE VIVAN LAS MUJERES CHINGONAS!
Volume 11.2 : La Activista
Volume 11.1 : The Hoodtherapist
From childhood to teenmotherhood to adulthood to therapyhood no obstacles have been too big that she couldn’t overcome to accomplish her goals and achieve her dreams. A chingona therapist that can relate! We celebrate you and every women on this women’s HERstory month.
Volume 10 : el cool Dean!
Check out this great conversation with the vato, the artista, the cool Dean. Yes that one vato that doesn’t say much but does a lot, that one artista that creates unique artwork, that one “cool Dean of student’s” we all wish we would of had and/or needed for inspiration, guidance and cultural relevance.
Volume 9 : The Connection
There's the man with the master plan then there's the man with the connections; Ruben Torres from Love Thy Neighbor. A truly talented community oriented person who's humbleness will overshadow his many talents, accomplishments, and struggles but never his mission! Take a listen and let us know what you think!
Volume 8 : Dra. Chingona
Meet Dr. Fabiola Bagula, a Mother, Friend, Educator, Leader, Writer, Blogger, and all around Bad Ass Mujer! Take a listen and let us know what you think!
Volume 7 : Caliburrito Dreamin'
You know em as Beto Perez, but we turn the tables for this one and hear a part of Luis Alberto Perez's story! From being a DACA recipient to his journey through life and becoming a Radio DJ. Give em a listen and share!
Follow us on Social Media:
Dale Gas - @_Dale_Gas_
Wicho Flores - @YourNeighborhoodDJ
Beto Perez - @CaliBurrito
Enrique Lugo aka chikle! - @chikle79
Volume 6 : Surviving Suicide
September is Suicide Awareness month and on this episode we learn from Gilberto Ardilla, aka GPA, as he explains the healing process for the family and friends on such a tragedy.
Volume Five : Growing Up Lowrider
Hear from Rene Acevedo as he talks about Three Generations of Lowriding, fatherhood, entrepreneurship, and other things!
Volume Four : Military Life
We sit with Miguel Alatorre, aka Commander, and listen to his story on life before, during, and after serving in the US Army as well as a few other things he is too humble to mention.
Volume Three : Graduation
Meet Juan Carlos Lozano, a recent Graduate of the Class of 2020! We chop it up on graduation during these times of COVID-19, music, business, and the future.
Volume Two : Chicano Park Day
Were in the middle of a pandemic and one of our biggest cultural events in the city was impacted by it. No Chicano Park Day Celebration this year...
Volume One : The Intro
Get to know your hosts, who we are, what we do, and what we care about... COMMUNITY!