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Posted In Good Causes that Deserve Applauses by admin Friday, September 02, 2011
To see skateboarding spreading and thriving in a place like Uganda, along with other places all across the world is amazing. Skateboarding is the same everywhere and thats what makes it pure... like this massive frontside air by Douglas Mwesigwa!
Posted In Good Causes that Deserve Applauses by admin Thursday, June 30, 2011
Sector 9 Surfer and Film Maker, Kyle Thiermann, has his short film "Where is Away" in the Possible Futures Film Contest. If he wins it will be a big step in the right direction to helping solve plastic pollution.
Watch the film and then vote for Kyle here.
Sector 9 showed up at the "Sea No Evil" fundraiser benefitting The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society to unleash one of the 3 new decks that the we are collaborating on.
Captain Paul Watson of the Sea Shepherd, was there with his crew spreading knowledge and love. He took some time to sign some decks and hang out with EG and his family.
Art by Dave Kinsey. Look for his art on the S9/Sea Shepherd collaboration decks!
Tons of great art and an even better crowd of people showed up in support.
Watch the video recap of the event from TheHundreds.com: .
Look out for the collaboration decks available soon from Sector 9 and Sea Shepherd. Support the cause!
Sector 9 Surfer and Environmental Activist, Kyle Thiermann.
"Some might argue the spark was ignited back in 1990. Back when Facebook was yet to be conceptualized and Kyle Thiermann was a 10-year-old boy growing up in Santa Cruz. The son of environmentally active parents, he had only just set foot on a surfboard for the first time. A decade later, he would combine those two passions—surfing and environmental activism—in a career that would see him traveling around the world as a teacher and filmmaker."
Posted In Good Causes that Deserve Applauses by admin Thursday, May 19, 2011
The Sector 9 Japan crew have been donating their time and efforts to helping the victims of the Japan Tsunami.
The crew brought a bunch of Sector 9 bamboo boards to the shelters and gave them out to the kids. They had a great response, and helped make some smiles in a difficult time.
The devestation from the Tsunami is still everywhere and the Japanese people still need help. Do what you can to support them in a their time of need.