Structures of (Surfing’s) Oppression

This article is both an interesting glimpse into Hawaiian (and therefore, American imperialist) history, and also an excellent demonstration of the idea that anything can be politically significant; even something as seemingly neutral as surfing can be executed in a fashion that promotes understanding and equality, or can just be another platform of the West’s cultural hegemony. ¬†And, truly, it’s not that hard to do things the better way, if only we bother to give a damn.

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