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The Compton Cowboys

Where can a black man find a safe place? For the Compton Cowboys, their ranch is a place for staying alive and eradicating stereotypes. Traumatized people and traumatized horses come together in mutual healing where trauma is reconciled with the joy of riding horses. “The streets raised us; the horses saved us!”

My former student, Walter Thompson-Hernandez, has written a beautiful story of a group of black men learning how to incorporate therapy and healing that their horses provide into their lives in a symbiosis of love and care. Join us for this webinar where he’ll discuss his new book (…/…/0062910604) with you and his work as a writer in finding common ground between black and brown communities. RSVP:

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