From President Barack Obama to folks in the heart of the hood, Blacks find bowling fun, great exercise, fellowship, friendship and sportsmanship. And the 83-year-old The National Bowling Association (TNBA), a national organization of Black bowlers packed Indianapolis for their annual National Convention. 3,500 bowlers and their families have been in Indianapolis for ten days attending business meetings, fellow-shipping and holding various bowling tournaments of all ages. TNBA was founded in 1939 and represents groups of Black bowlers in over 140 cities across the country, including Indianapolis. TNBA National President Der. Michael Boykins talked to Afternoons with Amos about the growing popularity of bowling among African-Americans. And how bowling is a positive activity for Blacks of all ages.
Click the arrow to hear the full interview with TNBA President Dr. Michael Boykins and Amos about bowling in the Black community. Runs 20 Minutes ©2012 WTLC/Radio One.