Gabriella Angotti-Jones

author, “I Just Wanna Surf”

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A new book by photojournalist and Orange County native Gabriella Angotti-Jones explores what it's like to be a Black female surfer in sometimes hostile waters.

For these Black and mixed-race women, surfing is a community builder and life saver

A new book by photojournalist and Orange County native Gabriella Angotti-Jones explores what it's like to be a Black female surfer in sometimes hostile waters.

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