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Compton Cowboys Reflect On Their Peace Ride In George Floyd's Name

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Ten childhood friends known as the Compton Cowboys are on a mission to fight negative stereotypes about the people who live in their city through horseback riding. In the wake of George Floyd's death, they're tall in the saddle and riding for peace. Two members of the group, Randy Savvy and Keiara Wade, talked to Access Hollywood's Scott Evans about how they came together during such an important moment.

Tags: Access, Compton, compton cowboys, George Floyd, black lives matter, Racism, peace ride, horse, horseback riding, interview
S2020 E02 minInterviewNews and InformationDaytime
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