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Back when it was founded, the RCA was a percent black organization. That was just two years ago, and now his brothers are following in his footsteps. The association is much more diverse now, but still holds events under the title of Black Rodeo. July 7 at the Mississippi Coliseum Mississippi St. At the upcoming rodeo in Jackson, cowboys are registered to compete, most of them non-white. A black cowboy operating outside the stereotype, rodeo rider Bobby Harrison gets some strange reactions when doing what he loves.
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Frank "Penny" Edwards saw a black cowboy for the first time when he was in his late 20s. Before then, he didn't know they even existed. Now, decades later, he is the founder and president of the Real Cowboy Association. A decade ago, Mayor Harvey Johnson Jr. Asked Edwards if he would bring his rodeo to Jackson.
Edwards likes to host the Black Rodeo in Jackson because it sheds a light on a forgotten past. That made it really, really unique," he says. It's true—a black cowboy is not something that many Americans are used to seeing, with all the stereotypical cowboys in movies, TV and book covers being specifically white. A black cowboy operating outside the stereotype, rodeo rider Bobby Harrison gets some strange reactions when doing what he loves.
Harrison is not alone. At the upcoming rodeo in Jackson, cowboys are registered to compete, most of them non-white. Back when it was founded, the RCA was a percent black organization. The association is much more diverse now, but still holds events under the title of Black Rodeo. Bobby "Hoss" Harrison has seen the way rodeo responsibilities have helped kids in his neighborhood. I finally went to him and said, 'You can't ride these horses until your report card gets better,'" Harrison says.
That was just two years ago, and now his brothers are following in his footsteps. The 10th annual Black Rodeo starts at 10 a. July 7 at the Mississippi Coliseum Mississippi St. For more information call or visit realcowboyassociation. More like this story.
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