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SHEXTREME ALLIANCE TOUR - CORNWALL

FEBRUARY / MARCH

NEWUQAY

EXETER

FAMLOUTH

 

 

Screening at Brest Surf Film Festival

8th - 11th

May


 

Screening at Sheffield Adventure Film Festival

22nd - 24th

March

 

WE WON

BEST BRITISH FILM


LONDON SURF FILM FESTIVAL 2018

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BLACK GIRLS SURF - DIVERSITY IN THE SURF INDUSTRY - CALIFORNIA

NOVEMBER 15TH

Rhonda Harper Instagram Post:

“Black Girls Surf News: Natasha Brown @nattyb223 and Rhonda Harper @blackgirlssurf.rokki are on the panel. It’s a much needed conversation and I’m honored and humbled to be asked to speak. Tickets are available now.
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Discussion:
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The surf community is notoriously insular, white, straight and male. Anyone outside of these categories must navigate a surfing world that does not cater to their cultural reality or body types.
The indigenous origins of surfing - from Polynesia to Peru to West Africa - tell another story of how the sport was appropriated by the West. As we live on stolen land and borrow the oceans from future generations, it's important to acknowledge this history and pay tribute to those who were here before us, in order to create a more inclusive future. Join us for a deep discussion about the colonial, racist and sexist history of the sport and where we can go from here.
Hear from Bay Area surfers who span multiple cultures to thrive in a class of their own. Presented and produced by Marlin Ray. Hosted by Traveler.
All proceeds from this event go to City Surf Project, a non-profit that connects underrepresented youth to the ocean and themselves through surfing.
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November 15, 2018 
6:30pm - 9:30pm 
Traveler Surf Shop, Pacifica 
5450 Coast Hwy, Pacifica, CA 94044 @traveler_surf_club #diversity #surf#blackgirlssurf #traveler #marlinbay#inclusion #visibility @m_a_n_a_v_io@shopmarlinray @queersurf



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