Video Campaign: No Guns For Negroes
(Please note: While I often call out my debate adversaries for their use of history to inferiorize Black people for some present benefit for our injuries - note the difference in this presentation. I am seeking to make note of the past attempts to strip guns from Black people as a means of having our people today to be strengthened by the knowledge.)
In the past an Armed African-American was a threat to those on the outside of our community who sought to terrorize our community with their midnight terrorist incursions into our community.
Sadly today, the threat from firearms come from pirates who were produced by individuals within our community. They use guns as their tools to murder, rob or otherwise assault our people.
The problem in our community today is not the prevalence of guns. I am an owner of multiple guns and there is no risk of me going out on a pirate attack against another. The threat to our community, instead is a human threat. The operator of these guns who has malicious intent with these weapons serve as this threat.