Black Surfing Association

Surfing's first organization devoted to Afro-American-based surfing, surf culture, history, and advocacy, headquartered in Paso Robles, California. The Black Surfing Association (BSA) was founded by Tony Corley in 1975, and was originally headquartered out of Corley's home in Oxnard. Corley had been surfing since 1963, but almost exclusively in the company of white surfers. In 1974, Surfer magazin...

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