Glen Henry discovers that dad doesn't always have the answers -- and that's okay.
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“I’m a racist, at least I’m something!” the man rants in a video.
Atita Verghese just wants girls to experience the fun of skateboarding.
"I am so thankful I listened to myself."
We'd be pretty stoked to say "yes" to this proposal too.
“It’s fun, social and supportive. They are making friends for life here.”
The skater reveals he was "totally scared" as a young adult.
Neal Unger is a 60-year-old skateboarder who inspires kids to keep reaching for their dreams and taking risks! Through skateboarding and work he does with the Next Up Foundation, which is a nonprofit for kids, he is truly an inspiration.
"The idea of women occupying space in street culture or in the street in general is culturally radical."
"Nobody expected that," one of the skaters says after it shatters.
“Hello, skateboard friend.”