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Learn Drug-Contaminated Home Avoidance Tips With This Adrian Louis Harris Book

UBC News World

Are you a property investor looking to buy a home, but worried about its drug-related history? This is the book for you! Find out more at: https://www.amazon.com.au/ICED-DREAM-HOUSES-Drug-Contaminated-Properties-ebook/dp/B08H5QQVTB

2mins

23 Jun 2021

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Special Guest Louis Harris Black Surfing Association EC (Show #1)

The Buck Grottano Podcast

Buck Grottano Podcast will be interviewing and highlighting some of Rockaway's most interesting people. This Episode Buck interviews Louis Harris. Louis runs the East Coast Chapter of the Black Surfing Association. Louis donates his time teaching children of all nationalities water safety classes, Surfing classes and now cooking classes for absolutely free! Rockaway is best known for its Beach and Louis and the rest of the Black Surfing Association makes sure everyone has the opportunity to enjoy a Safe day at the beach. If you would like to check out or donate to the Black Surfing Association. Just go to their Instagram page by searching @Black_Surfing_Rockaway

53mins

1 Mar 2020

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Ep. 42. Black Surfing Association's Tony Corley and Louis Harris

Swell Season

In 1974 Tony Corley wrote an open letter to Surfer Magazine calling out fellow black surfers to represent and get to know each other. In response, he received warm support but also a racist threat. A year later he founded the Black Surfing Association which has been bringing black surfers together in celebration of waves in Central and Southern California for 43 years. Inspired by this work, Rockaway's Louis Harris started offering free surf lessons in 2016 to any kid who wanted to jump in. We talk about perceptions of who can and can't surf, the barriers of access to stoke, and the black surfing pioneer Nick Gabaldon, who paddled 12 miles across segregation barriers to ride Malibu. http://www.blacksurfingassociation.org/ Music credit: Boss Bass

54mins

14 Feb 2018