Diego Medrano is a video editor and has been with the Los Angeles Times since 2018. He has written and shot photos for the Calendar and Saturday sections. Medrano graduated with a bachelor’s in English and communications with an emphasis in Radio/TV/Film from Cal State Fullerton.
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A proud group of Black Californians keep the traditions of the Old West and cowboy culture alive.
In Oakdale, Calif., many groups of Black horse riders bring their steeds and families, celebrate the traditions of the Old West, and explore their roots with American cowboy life.
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Clippers fans celebrate at Staples Center after their curse-breaking 131-119 defeat of the Utah Jazz on June 18, 2021.
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