I’m Wondering if Every Black Adult Should Own a Gun?

There May Never Be a Race War; If it Comes, Black People are Unprepared.

California State Capital — 1967

I don’t own a gun. Until recently, I’d never tried to shoot one except that one time when I could have killed myself as a little boy. Guns are dangerous and meant to be taken seriously. Guns can also be used for self-defense. It is in this context that I…

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