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Keykeeper by rafa-insane

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Melanie

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Rosemary’s Baby ~ Wieslaw Walkuski 1968

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Rosemary’s Baby ~ Wieslaw Walkuski 1968

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Dirty Gamer Girls

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The Movies May Have Forgotten About Them, but Black Cowboys Are Thriving

American movies and media may have largely forgotten the role of black Americans in cowboy culture, but the Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo certainly hasn’t. The all-black rodeo was created in 1984 by entertainment producer Lu Vason in order to “uncover the cultural past of the black cowboy.” It’s been traveling the country ever since. 

The event is named after Bill Pickett, the first black athlete to be inducted into the Rodeo Hall of Fame, and the inventor of “bulldogging,” a breathtaking rodeo move that involves a rider “riding alongside a steer, jumping onto its shoulders and horns, then digging his feet into the ground to bring the animal down.”

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