Remembering Nick Gabaldon, the First African American Surfer


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In the 1940s, amidst Jim Crow-era segregation, white and black beachgoers were separated on the sand in Santa Monica. “Inkwell Beach” — as it was known at the time — was a roped-off, 200-foot zone designated for the black…

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