Bay Area cowboy culture spreads Black pride, inspires kids

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Cowboy Jordan Miller mounts his horse. “Just the fact that there's this culture, this Black community just hidden out here in the hills of the East Bay just kind of blew my mind, because it is one of the safest, warmest, fun communities I've met in a long time,” says photographer Gabriela Hasbun. Photo by Gabriela Hasbun.

The New Black West” is a photo book that highlights Black cowboys and cowgirls in the Bay Area. Photographer Gabriela Hasbun says this is one of the safest, warmest, fun communities she’s met.

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