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IN THE NEWS

  • New York Times: What’s Different About the Protests in Los Angeles This Time

  • Vogue: “We’ve Been Here All Along, Doing It With Style”: The Lesser-Known History of the Black Cowboy

  • KQED: Oakland’s Protest Rider on Why She Took to Horseback for George Floyd

  • The Guardian: Protesting from a pedestal: ‘No one can ignore a black woman on a horse’

  • San Francisco Chronicle: The woman who rode her horse through an Oakland protest wants to see more people of color in a white world

  • SF Gate: Woman who rode a horse at Oakland protest gets her own mural

  • Vanity Fair: In Photos: Protests and Rage in American Cities

  • ABC7 News: Meet the woman who protested in Oakland on a horse and learn why she did it

  • Apple Podcast: Fifth & Mission

  • NBC Bay Area: Protest-Inspired Artwork: ‘Something People Won’t Forget in the City of Oakland’

  • Horse Canada: Urban Cowgirl Rides Alongside Protesters in California

  • Heels Down Magazine: Brianna Noble is the Horsewoman We All Need Right Now

  • Outside: The Black Equestrians Fighting Police Brutality

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About the Humble project

“Horses put up mirrors to our souls, allowing us to view and evaluate ourselves in an ever forgiving, non-judgmental way.”

Horses change lives and inspire futures. Humble, a project with the mission of exposing underprivileged and marginalized communities to the horse world, fosters respect, confidence, and accountability for urban youth through equine experiential learning. Our vision is to change the face of equine culture and inspire positive futures through horses.