Cherokee Bill was an outlaw who committed a series of violent crimes across the Indian Territory of the 19th Century, around what is now known as Oklahoma. Bill’s name grew in infamy after running with a crew of Black Indian outlaws and he was hanged for his crimes at the age of 20. Born February […]
It’s been over two weeks since Beyoncé released her surprise visual album Lemonade, and now, tennis star Serena Williams is sharing how she got involved in the project. “I have known the director since I was like nine years old. I know Beyoncé pretty well, so they were like, ‘We would love for you to be […]
Looking to teach your family about the rich and storied heritage of Black people who migrated out of the American South to parts north and west during the 19th and 20th centuries? Make that lesson come to life by taking Amtrak’s California Zephyr from Chicago to Denver, and visit cultural landmarks in each city. View the photo gallery for […]
Let’s keep the family of founding members RD Joe of the Northeastern trail riders in prayer RD had a sudden heart attack this morning. RD Joe died during his ride on the trail. Tragedy struck this morning on the trail ride, as the Northeastern riders made their way to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Read […]
The Black Professional Cowboys & Cowgirls Association talk about the Heritage Day Celebration. Dwight Judge & Hiawatha Johnson Jr. of the BPCCA along with James Harris of HEB discuss the event. For more info visit www.bpcca.com or call 281-425-8998.