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About Us

Stephanie Sajor and Eddy M. Gana Jr., also known as Steady, are spoken word artists and community organizers based in Los Angeles.

We offer performances, workshops, and keynotes centered on social justice and building community.

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Upcoming Events

Celebrating the Asian Diaspora

Celebrating the Asian Diaspora: Virtual Open Mic

Fullerton College Cadena Cultural Center

May 11, 2021 at 5:00-7:00pm PDT

PSST Podcast

P.S.S.T. Podcast

Filipinx/a/o Community Health Association

May 26, 2021 at 7:30-8:30pm PDT

Featured Work

Stephanie Sajor

Stephanie Sajor (she/they) is a writer, graphic designer, and web developer from Los Angeles. As 1/2 of Steady, Co-Director of Sunday Jump, and co-founder of spoken word collective forWord, she has performed at open mics and theaters across the nation. She is also a former Chairperson and Vice Chair of KmB / Pro-People Youth, and serves as a community organizer. She graduated with honors from UC Irvine with BAs in Film & Media Studies and Political Science, and from UCLAx certified in Design Communication Arts. She believes the arts serve as an important avenue for developing community activists, and allows her to constantly explore, process, confront, and redefine her identity and place in the struggle as a Pilipinx woman.

Eddy M. Gana Jr.

Eddy M. Gana Jr. (they/he), MSW, ACSW, is a second-generation Pilipinx-American from Union City, CA. They graduated from UC Irvine with dual degrees in Psychology and Criminology, UCLAx with Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling, and USC with Master of Social Work. With clinical experience across home, school, and medical settings, he is a mental health counselor of Search to Involve Pilipino Americans. Additionally, he is a Co-Director and Resident Host of Sunday Jump and the former Chairperson of KmB / Pro-People Youth based in Historic Filipinotown. Having performed nationally on stage, radio, and television, they are ½ of spoken word duo Steady. Inspired by people’s stories, he believes in the therapeutic elements of self-expression for personal growth and greater social change.