Black History Month Of Action Sports

Posted by Helge Zirkl | April 4th, 2012 Share

Black HistoryYouTube Preview ImageIn honor of Black History Month, Tim Brodhagen gives a dose of the role African Americans have played — and continue to play — in action sports. Shut and Zoo York founder and New York skate legend Rodney Smith, snowboarder and X Games host Keir Dillon, and the untold story of surfer Nick Gabaldon in Nike’s new film “12 Miles North,” all on today’s episode of dose. ❚ Flattr this

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