This Historically Black Rodeo Town Is A One-Of-A-Kind National Landmark

Kris Williams is a barrel racer who was born and raised in Boley, Oklahoma. Boley was once the largest predominantly Black town in the United States and is regarded as the oldest African American community-based rodeo in the country. Kris, his father Willie Williams Jr., and brother Willie Williams III sit down with Tamron to talk about operating a historical rodeo ranch and more.

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