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Galeria de Museu Smithsonian de História e Cultura Afro-americana, pelas lentes de Brad Feinknopf - 25

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‪Ben Hardy was a Black motorcycle engineer and chopper builder‬

‪Ben Hardy was a Black motorcycle engineer and chopper builder‬

A Cowgirl participates in the barrel race competition with the Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo.

Striking Photos Go Inside America's Only Touring Black Rodeo Competition

A Cowgirl participates in the barrel race competition with the Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo.

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Striking Photos Go Inside America's Only Touring Black Rodeo Competition

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Striking Photos Go Inside America's Only Touring Black Rodeo Competition

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Striking Photos Go Inside America's Only Touring Black Rodeo Competition

Striking Photos Go Inside America's Only Touring Black Rodeo Competition

1899 - Buck Franklin, son of a Chickasaw freedman (shown with his older brother, Matthew) was named after his grandfather, who had been a slave of a Chickasaw family in Oklahoma. Buck Franklin became a lawyer, and defended survivors of the Tulsa Riots in 1921 which had resulted in the murder of 300 African Americans.

1899 - Buck Franklin, son of a Chickasaw freedman (shown with his older brother, Matthew) was named after his grandfather, who had been a slave of a Chickasaw family in Oklahoma. Buck Franklin became a lawyer, and defended survivors of the Tulsa Riots in 1921 which had resulted in the murder of 300 African Americans.

Gallery of Adjaye's National Museum of African American History & Culture Photographed by Brad Feinknopf - 4

Gallery of The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture Photographed by Brad Feinknopf - 4

Gallery of Adjaye's National Museum of African American History & Culture Photographed by Brad Feinknopf - 4

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