History of the Black Cowboys and their inspiration for modern day Urban Equine Programs, produced by Sunrays, Inc.

Sunday, 21 Feb 2021 14:00 – 15:30
This event is online
Category: Lectures & Workshops

Larry Callies, Founder and CEO of the Black Cowboy Museum, in Rosenberg, TX joins other special guests, to visit history, and to explore this topic through the lens of those living the legacy each day, as part of Urban Equine programs nationwide.

Join a Virtual Conversation with our Nation’s Top influencers.

Larry Callies is a fifth generation cowboy and rodeo rider. He is the Founder and CEO of the Black Cowboy Museum, in Rosenberg, TX.

Through podcasting, speaking, writing and coaching, Abriana Johnson  shares the current landscape of Black equestrians and creates conversations centered around DEI implementation. 

Ellis Ferrell, is a former bull rider and Founder of Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club in North Philadelphia, PA.

Sarah Maslin Nir,  (special guest moderator) Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist for The New York Times, and an investigative reporter who has written extensively about Black Cowboys and their history. Many of these stories are related in her new book titled Horse Crazy.

This event is produced by Sunrays, Inc.

Sunrays Inc. is a start-up Not for Profit in Kingston, NY offering programs to our community that combine horsemanship, arts, and education.
Sunrays is dedicated to enhancing the lives of all who come to share in our equine related experiences.

Event Type: Virtual via Zoom
Admission: free
Time: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Best For: Ages (all)
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Link To Virtual Event: https://www.facebook.com/blackhistorymonthkingston

(Registration not necessary)





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