‘Back in the 1800s, the Black cowboy was the only cowboy’

We put some of our favorite ‘Something Good’ clips into a bonus episode for Black History Month

"Something Good" (Graham Media Group 2021)

Could you use a dose of positivity in your life?

You should watch our special “Something Good” episode in honor of Black History Month.

Now, the stories aren’t ALL historical -- but who knows what might be history-making in the years to come, right? They’ll all bring a smile to your face; that we can confirm. And you just might learn a thing or two.

Really though -- this incredible story about Black cowboys, or, to be precise, the Black Cowboy Museum, which sits just outside Houston, will blow you away.

“Back in the 1800s, the Black cowboy was the only cowboy,” Larry Callies tells us.

Want to see the feature for yourself and learn more? The segment is featured in that Black History Month episode we just mentioned -- right around the 18:40 mark.

Here, we’ll drop it below, as well:

The whole show is just heart-warming. From a 7-year-old who teaches other children math on YouTube (among other subjects -- he and his mom are a riot), to a barber who was forced to get innovative, due to the COVID-19 pandemic (you have to see his jazzed-up haircut van!), this is all such good stuff.

Do us a favor? If you love Something Good, share it with a friend! We’d love that.

This story was first published in 2021. It has since been updated.