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Black Gun Prohibition

By Credo, published on Mar 4, 2013

Banning guns in America has never been a traditional legal practice, yet the sale and the use of guns has always been systemically controlled commencing from the seize {enslavement} of the so called Black population. From the inception of the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade Black enslavement engendered the Black gun prohibition to ensure Black servitude or a lack of Black empowerment and the right of self protection. The right of any free man to protect himself, his family, his culture and his land was removed from them as a prerequisite of the slave trade’s success.

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Tags: education, historical education, political education, gun control laws, black society, citizenship rights

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