The Bill Pickett Rodeo Is Coming!

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The Bill Pickett Rodeo

Jul 15, 16 At the Bill Pickett Rodeo, watch African American cowboys, cowgirls and youngsters will choke dust as fans and novice spectators cheer for hard riding competitors as they battle to be named the best after a season of competition July 15 at 6:30pm and July 16 at 3:30 pm. Spectators cheer for their favorite competitors during thrilling Calf Ropin’, exhilarating Bareback Ridin’, Bull Doggin, Ladies Barrel Racin’, Junior Barrel Racin’, Ladies Steer Undecoratin’, and gripping Bull Ridin.’ Come on out at enjoy the festivities at @Industry Hills Expo Center located at 16200 Temple Ave, City of Industry, CA

This Week in Black History (December 3)

December 3   1982- Thomas “Hit Man” Hearns won the WBC Junior Middleweight title. He was the first Black boxer to win titles in five different weight classes. December 4   1969- Ebony Magazine’s Moneta Sleet Jr. won a Pulitzer Prize for photography for his picture “Deep Sorrow”. Sleet captured the image of Coretta Scott King and her daughter at the funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King. December 5 1955- Historic bus boycott began in Montgomery, Alabama, at a mass meeting in the Holt Street Baptist Church. It all started when Rosa Parks refused to yield her seat to a