Firearms and racism

by Zachary Zalneraitis on January 22, 2015

Recent coverage of the policies enacted at an Arkansas shooting range operated by firearms instructor and speaker Jan Morgan have prompted us to address the issue of discrimination within the firearms community.

The policies referenced suggest discrimination and denial of self-defense training by this business based on race alone. As students, we are similarly denied the option of armed self-defense with no justification and we cannot condone policies within our own community which do the same to others.

Students for Concealed Carry represents all students regardless of race, creed, age, gender identity or political affiliation and we believe all should have the right to self-defense.

 

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Students for Concealed Carry is a national, non-partisan, grassroots organization of college students, faculty, staff, parents and concerned citizens who believe that concealed carry licensees should be afforded the same measure of personal protection on college campuses that they enjoy off campus.

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