Seedlings of surf culture have begun to sprout in the least likely of places: on the shores of Gaza Strip, South India, Papua New Guinea and Iran. In each of these locations, surfing has taken hold amongst the most unlikely of participants: girls.
Women and girls in developing nations are all too often denied access to education, or employment opportunities outside of the home. Does surfing make a difference?
Freesurfer and activist Lauren L. Hill is leading this discussion of surf culture as liberation and freedom with a panel of leading experts and international special guests.