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June and Rita at a GIRLZ on FIRE concealed hand gun training in High Point, NC. Photos:

Afraid of Being a Target, These Black Women Just Graduated From Handgun Training

These women say the debate over gun control versus ownership is, well, complicated

AsAs racist groups like League of the South, the American Guard, and the Proud Boys made their way to Virginia to descend on the streets of Richmond alongside hordes of other white men armed…

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