Celebrating African-American Cowboy Culture

…Many scorned us, who saw us come, ragged and nasty with filth; but our hearts remained light with the vision, of our homesteads- free in spacious places; where the sun shines, warm and golden in its crest, and where we, as weary travelers, can finally rest… From “the Exodus” in Sharon Carpenter’s, “Western Cowboy Poetry:Continue reading “Celebrating African-American Cowboy Culture”