• Consent Is Rad

    Consent Is Rad
    An international project launched by Dr. Indigo Willing, Consent is Rad focuses on educating skate scenes around the world about the importance of consent—especially in intimate settings. Its "No Naming, No Shaming, No Blaming" policy keeps the focus on their one simple message and protects the privacy of survivors and victims. In 2021 the Break the Cycle PSA was included in the mag.The group with co-founders We Skate QLD and Pushing Boards shares information about how to talk about consent and works with people in areas of gender inclusion and sexual violence prevention. If you're having an event, hit them up for some flyers or more info. Listen up, it's all in the name.
  • ACLU

    ACLU
    Chances are you've heard of the American Civil Liberties Union, and for good reason. The ACLU has been fighting within the legal system to protect the individual rights of citizens on issues like women’s rights, racial justice, privacy and surveillance for over 100 years. Check their site to know your rights when you get jammed up by the cops at your favorite spot. 
  • Equal Justice Initiative

    Equal Justice Initiative
    The Equal Justice Initiative provides legal assistance, makes reports and produces short films to address and fight against racial injustice and mass incarceration in America. The EJI has helped over 120 wrongly-convicted or illegally-sentenced people in Alabama and has won cases in the Supreme Court banning life without parole for kids. Check the video for a quick look at their work. 
  • National Suicide Prevention Hotline

    National Suicide Prevention Hotline
    We’re not always open about our emotions. But if you or someone in your scene is struggling, the National Suicide Prevention Hotline is available 24/7 with its network of local centers all across the country. Check out their site to learn about suicide prevention and check in with yourself and your homies to help make sure we don’t lose more people we know and love. 
  • The Crisis Text Line

    The Crisis Text Line
    Some would rather text than call, and for those, the Crisis Text Line is available 24/7, not just for suicide emergencies but for any number of painful, heated moments. Seventy-five-percent of the the texters that use the service are under the age of 25, which also overlaps with the largest demographic of skaters. It’s free, it’s anonymous and it helps save lives. Watch their video to see more of their mission. And, if you’re in a crisis currently, text “Hello” to #741741 and connect with a crisis counselor today. 
  • Drug and Alcohol Helpline

    Drug and Alcohol Helpline
    Skaters have seen their fair share of the downsides from drug and alcohol abuse and addiction. The Substance Abuse and Mental Services Administration Helpline is a 24/7 resource that connects people suffering from mental or substance-use disorders to local treatment services and support groups. You don’t need insurance and your info is always confidential. 
  • Center for Law and Social Policy

    Center for Law and Social Policy
    For over 50 years, the people at CLASP have been working in Washington to make sure our leaders are hearing the people’s voice as opposed to special interests. Their legal work includes crafting government policy proposals to reduce poverty and improve racial equity in America. Peep their mission and remember to vote for local, state and federal offices so we can help turn this ship in the right direction.
  • Campaign Zero

    Campaign Zero
    Campaign Zero is committed to preventing police violence by introducing a set of reforms, like limiting use of force and demilitarizing departments, that will help reduce the number of police killings and improve community relationships. See their work and let’s work towards the reduction on wrongful death at the hands of the police. 
  • Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights

    Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights
    You might’ve seen the video on Louie Lopez’s story of father and son reuniting after being separated at the border. Such scenes are both touching and heartbreaking. CHIRLA helps make moments like that happen and works to prevent the separations from happening in the first place. Whether it’s helping people renew their DACA applications, helping shape immigration laws or providing high-quality legal representation, the people at CHIRLA are committed to making a more humane country for immigrants.
  • National Lawyers Guild SF Chapter

    National Lawyers Guild SF Chapter
    The SF/Bay Area chapter of the National Lawyers Guild has been fighting for the underdog in our own backyard for over 50 years. They connect their network of lawyers, law students and legal workers directly with organizers working to empower marginalized communities. They also have a bail fund program and an FBI help hotline to assist people targeted by the State or contacted by the Bureau. If you want to get involved in Bay Area activism, check in with their Know Your Rights training to learn more about the legal risk and what to do if you engage with cops. 
  • Nyjah Huston's "Side Mission" Monster Part

    Nyjah Huston's "Side Mission" Monster Part
    In between filming two game-changing parts this year, Nyjah also stacked enough footy on one Euro tour for a three-minute blitz of bangers. Damn... 
  • Skateline: 12.06.2022

    Skateline: 12.06.2022
    Gary analyzes T Funk's Deep Fried X Baker part, Louie's As You Wish part, Tyshawn's Play Dead part, Nyjah's Side Mission part and more in today's episode of Skateline.
  • In the Shop: Thrasher X HUF Limited Bobblehead

    In the Shop: Thrasher X HUF Limited Bobblehead
    We teamed up with HUF to drop a few goats just in time for the holidays. Check 'em.
  • Thrasher's Email Blast

    Thrasher's Email Blast
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  • Skater of the Year 2022 Contenders

    Skater of the Year 2022 Contenders
    These last 12 months spawned some of the most shocking skating we’ve seen to date. Let's honor the heavy hitters that made 2022 one for the history books. Finalists announced Wednesday.
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    In The Mag
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    Funa Nakayama lights up the cover of our January '23 mag with a groundbreaking fs crook at Hollywood High. Issue #510 is packed with heavy hits from Nyjah Huston to Spanky to Pedro Delfino, and even comes with a FREE sticker sheet.