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We examine the complicated and multi-‐dimensional roles that African American cowboys played in rodeo from its conception in the late nineteenth century. From rodeo’s beginnings, the visual representation of what rodeo was and is portrays a white sport; however, upon further inspection there are many unsung rodeo stars and heroes that have been left out of the narrative, specifically African American cowboys. (Paper presentation)
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