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    The Wild Wild West” in Color

    In collaboration with Legacy Economic Development Corporation, The Midwest Invitational Black Rodeo, and Black Rodeo USA, we are thrilled to announce, “The Wild Wild West” in Color.
    The Wild Wild West in Color collaboration is proudly led by a team of trailblazing women who are committed to the storytelling of African Americans’ roles in shaping the cultural, social, and economic landscape of the American West. As an all women-led organization, our leadership team comprises talented women from diverse backgrounds, united by a shared commitment to drive positive change, educate youth, and empower our communities.

    This Juneteenth Rodeo will showcase the enduring legacy of ‘African American Cowboys, Cowgirls, Ranchers, and Farmers with a focus on innovation, sustainability, and growth. Attendees will experience a diverse range of exhibits, demonstrations, and educational booths highlighting the technologies and practices shaping the future of agriculture. Additionally, a variety of vendors will offer authentic cuisine, artisanal crafts, and locally sourced sustainable products, providing a taste of vibrant foods rooted in community agriculture.

    Through education, dialogue, and collective action, we can work towards a more inclusive and equitable future for all.

    We invite you to get your tickets today and join us in this first ever celebration of diversity and culture to be held at the Jim R Miller Park at 2245 Callaway Rd SW, Marietta GA 30008 on June 19, 2024.

    https://www.wildwestincolor.com/

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