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    [email protected]Jan 3, 2024 at 5:39 pm

    Great article!

    Thank you for interviewing me for this as one of the Black American Freedmen women who reaches out directly to our families for support and protection

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    Keith HiltonJan 3, 2024 at 4:40 pm

    As a retired Army combat vet and Md Firearms instructor I am totally against the recent passing of laws by the Maryland house. The average law abiding citizen should have the right and privilege to protect not only themselves but their family members if a violent altercation occurs. Have any of the delagates that voted for SB 1 even taken a firearm course,own a firearm, or evenshot a firearm? Most private citizens don’t have an ARMED security detail. If your life was in danger with the average police response time of 4 -10 minutes, you would be praying that you had the training and tools to engage that threat.

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    Galen MuhammadJan 3, 2024 at 11:19 am

    I’m glad that Dee Jordan was able to add a different, knowledgable perspective to the panel and demystify what AR (ArmaLite Rifle…not “assault rifle”) means, in term of a rifle.

    Attending this forum was a blessing for myself and other members of the National African American Gun Association who attended.

    It remained us that the hunger for firearms education is out there…

    We just have to be present and available when and where people are asking their questions. If not, those questions WILL get “answers”, but they may not the correct answers that will help keep them questioners safe.

    We hope that you or other organizations consider inviting us for similar forums in the future.

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