Preserving history with the 6th Annual Black Rodeo
BATON ROUGE - The 6th Annual Black Rodeo is in Baton Rouge this Saturday.
The Black Rodeo is hosted by K & L Rodeo Production LLC. It was founded by Isaac King and Archer Lee. Their goal is to pass on the culture of the African American cowboy to a new generation.
"We go around the country promoting rodeos to educated kids with a different sport," Lee explained on 2une In Thursday.
King and Lee's daughters both visited the show as well. They will both compete Saturday at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center. Doors open at 6 p.m. and tickets are $20.
Check out the video for more information.
Desktop NewsClick to open Continuous News in a sidebar that updates in real-time.
Gunfire outside Sorrento landfill escalates enviromental fight
Reported two alarm apartment fire on Titian Ave. near N Donmoor Ave.
20-year-old wanted for shooting near Doe's restaurant on Government Street
Legally blind teacher works, can't get disability assistance
Community gathers to honor Martin Luther King Jr. on MLK Day