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Jacob Dennis talks to Amauri Williams, 7, as they wait for their group - the Black Cowboys of South Carolina - to enter the line for the parade. Both the mayor and the sheriff took part.  SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
Jacob Dennis talks to Amauri Williams, 7, as they wait for their group - the Black Cowboys of South Carolina - to enter the line for the parade. Both the mayor and the sheriff took part.
 
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