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Thursday May 28th, 2020 3:25AM

LISTEN: Compton Cowboys

By Mornings on Maine Street

When you think of Compton, Ca., you likely don't think about cowboys. But you should. Walter Thompson-Hernandez spoke with WDUN's Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street about his book "The Compton Cowboys" detailing a group of African-American men and women in Compton who are keeping the tradition of black cowboys alive in the heart one of America's most notorious cities.

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LISTEN: Compton Cowboys
When you think of Compton, Ca., you likely don't think about cowboys. But you should. Walter Thompson-Hernandez spoke with WDUN's Bill Maine on Mornings on Maine Street about his book "The Compton Cowboys" detailing a group of African-American men and women in Compton who are keeping the tradition of black cowboys alive in the heart one of America's most notorious cities.
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