National African American Gun Association Convention is a Go for 2020!!

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Georgia – -(AmmoLand.com)- The Inaugural Convention for the National African American Gun Association has been Officially selected and will take place August 14,15th, and 16th – 2020.

The location will be at the beautiful EpiCenter located in the Atlanta Metro Area. This will be the first time in the history of the United States that an African American Firearms Organization has had an Inaugural event of any kind.

This historic milestone will be the culmination of every NAAGA member Nationwide supporting the Organization and believing in the vision of the organization that every African American has the right to protect themselves with a Firearm. There will be a variety of different events, seminars, demonstrations, and public debates about various Firearm-related topics. Additionally, we will take time to strategically and intelligently discuss some serious issues in our community as it relates to Firearms. I hope and pray that every member will attend. This is every NAAGA member's time to have fun, fellowship with members, meet new friends, and participate in an event that will go down in history as a first of its kind. You can be here to participate in history or you can read about it the choice is yours.

Hope to see you at the Convention!

Click here to see the Location: http://riversideepicenter.com

Scheduled Sessions

  • The Great Debate – Gun Control vs Gun Rights- Open discussion with the general public
  • Developing Best Practices for Chapter Presidents – How to improve Chapter growth and sustainability
  • African American Women Firearms Empowerment Session – discussing a variety of issues for Women ( Women Only Session )
  • Dressing Defensively – Clothing that will allow you to carry a gun concealed and open carry ( Live Models )
  • Self Defense demonstrations
  • African American Firearms Instructors Session – Marketing, niche training, promoting your unique Brand.
  • 2nd Amendment Round Table – Attorneys, Community members discuss a variety of topics, including legislation that could impact your rights
  • History of Black Arms – Entertaining overview of our History of African Americans and Firearms in the United States
  • Should African Americans open Carry or Conceal Carry – Open Public Discussion
  • USCCA – Presentation and Discussion
  • PAC- Political Action Committee Forum – discussion on developing a PAC relating to the 2nd Amendment.
  • Law Enforcement and the African American Firearms Community
  • NAAGA and the future – Strategic Planning session
  • Raffles – Raffles for General Public during the day giving away Rifles and Guns.
  • Presidential Dinner and Awards Banquet: Chapter of the Year; Male & Female member of the Year; Most Inspirational NAAGA member
  • NAAGA Member's Social Mixer ( Friday- 14th) – Food, Fun, and Fellowship with members from across the Nation
  • Range Time ( Sunday Morning Only – 16th ): Who is Top Shot (Male & Female ); Best Shooting Chapter (3 per Team); Precision Shooting Contest, and Steel Target Speed Contest

Note: Volunteers

We need lots of volunteers, If you want to volunteer to be a part of our Volunteer Team for the event or want to participate in one of the committees please email “[email protected]”. If you have already contacted us you will be getting a meeting notification in next 3 to 5 days for “Kickoff Conference Call Meeting”.

Local & National Media Reporters and Journalists ( TV & Radio) will be invited to participate and record the events of the day, and conduct Live Interviews.


National African American Gun Association

About National African American Gun Association (NAAGA):

The goal of the National African American Gun Association is to have every African American introduced to firearm use for home protection, competitive shooting, and outdoor recreational activities. We are a civil rights organization focused on self preservation of our community through armed protection and community building. The National African American Gun Association provides a network for all African American firearm owners, gun clubs and outdoor enthusiasts. We welcome people of all religious, social, and racial perspectives. We especially welcome African American members of law enforcement and active/retired military.

For more information, visit: www.naaga.co.

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Bob Sadtler
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Bob Sadtler

One question: Do you have to be African American, or is membership open to all, like Jews for the Preservation of Firearm Ownership? I’m no more African American than I am Jewish, but I will support ANY group that protects RTK&BA! And so should EVERYONE!

musicman44mag
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musicman44mag

It’s sad that instantly this was turned into a racist issue. The. KKK or White Nationalist Party, Black Panthers, Bloods, Crypts, MS13, do not represent the good people of America and shouldn’t be compared to this group if thier message is about the 2nd amendment for all equally. We need every good American to unite against the treasonus left and letting anyone separate us based on anything is just what the left wants. I don’t think it is fair that it is accepted that we have this black groups name as well as the Black caucus or BET while any… Read more »

RoyD
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RoyD

I was hoping this article would go uncommented on. Didn’t happen, so….
I am also pretty sure where “Warlok11” falls on the Good-Evil scale.

tomcat
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tomcat

We are all God’s children and you are correct, Musicman, we should not condemn people before we know what they are about. I don’t think it is necessary to have Black Caucus, Black Gun Association or other specific organizations. We need to stand together or hang apart.

neville
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neville

You can not allow a negro to have a gun.

RoyD
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RoyD

“There ain’t nothing wrong with a Negro having a gun…….”

neville
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neville

Upper case “n”?

RoyD
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RoyD

What can I say, I’m an older person who prefers to do things correctly when possible.

Knute
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Knute

I, personally, welcome all the allies I can get. I care a whole lot more about a person’s character than what color their skin or eyes or hair is…

RoyD
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RoyD

I doubt anyone catches the reference. It was part of a line from a one man stage show by Hal Holbrook in which he played a real southern Senator. I have searched high and low for it and haven’t been able to find it. It made an impression.

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@Roy, I believe that Holbrook was portraying Mark Twain in Holbrook’s famous one man show. You did your best. You did put quotation marks around the reference. People should have known that those were not your words, but rather that you were quoting someone.

Knute
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Knute

Is this it?

Knute
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Knute

No, I’ll bet it was this one.

RoyD
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RoyD

Neither of those. His character had to be 90 years old or older and he was being “interviewed” by a reporter about his character’s life. I am telling you, it has been scrubbed from the net. But, I still remember that particular portion like it was five minutes ago. I would recount the conversation but there are some who would not appreciate the realities of the past and so I will spare their frail sensibilities.

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@nev, There is no “allow” to our Second Amendment civil rights.

CourageousLion
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CourageousLion

Why are you so insistent on calling our unalienable right to keep and bear arms a “Second Amendment civil right”?? Is it out of ignorance on the facts or is it because you are trying to divert the attention of folks to make them think that our rights come from the 2nd amendment? Which is it Bill? I’m hoping ignorance because that is fixable. A quick read of the Declaration of Independence will help immensely.

neville
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neville

It is ignorance and old age.

Knute
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Knute

Or, perhaps its because he understands that “civil” rights ARE granted by governments, whereas “unalienable” rights are not. A reading of the Declaration of Independence WOULD help immensely, IF one pays attention to the exact wording. Dictionaries are available free, including the old meanings, if needed.

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@CL, Because your legal definition is unlearned. “Civil Rights. see civil liberties” Blacks Law Dictionary, Ed. 5th, p 244.
“Civil liberties. Personal, natural rights guaranteed and protected by the Constitution; e.g. freedom of speech, press, freedom from discrimination, etc. Body of law dealing with natural liberties, shorn of excesses which invade the equal rights of others. Constitutionally, they are restraints on government. Sowers v. Ohio Civil Rights Commission, 20 Ohio Misc. 115, 252 N.E.2d. 476.” Blacks Law Dictionary, Ed. 5th, p223″
And yes, our civil rights/ civil liberties/ civil privileges/ civil immunities are unalienable/ inalienable

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

And also, our civil rights do not come from the Bill of Rights, any given amendment or government.The Bill of Rights only enumerates and enshrines our civil rights. Our civil rights are inherent.

Knute
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Knute

Not what I was taught before, but it makes sense. Its logical and rational. After all, in 60 years I’ve never seen government grant anything to anyone but their cronies.

TheRevelator
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TheRevelator

@Knute

That’s kind of the point. Government is not teaching now what was common knowledge in the 1800’s. Our founders wrote the Constitution purposefully and with specific intent. It is the Charter, which is based off the Declaration of Independence, that is the rule book for how Government MUST operate. Not should, but MUST operate. And the simplest way to get to a point where that can be violated is to stop teaching it and wait 100 years.

Here we are.

Buster
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Buster

What a farce…I”m really growing tired of the whole minority bs.

I’ve known a lot of blacks, and never have I met one with hands that look like the one pictured above. This looks more like a mechanic’s hand on his way to the Joe’s handcleaner station.

Will
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Will

@Buster,I agree with your entire comment.

ras52
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ras52

I reckon we should change the name GOA to WGOA. I bet that would go over like a turd in the punch bowl.

Warlok11
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Warlok11

You mad, or is it that you don’t want black people to have something of their own, I mean you guys have the Klan, Alt-right, and Aryan nation, why can’t we have our own national association, or does black unity scare you ?

ShallNotBeInfringed
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ShallNotBeInfringed

Who are you & why are you trolling?

Wild Bill
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Wild Bill

@SNBI, He trolls to get responses. The more responses, the more pay. The Hillary campaign was the first to admit paying internet propagandists. Bloomberg has also admitted this practice.

RoyD
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RoyD

Well, there is always the Black Panthers, or New Black Panthers if you prefer. Funny thing about “unity’, it makes keeping track of people and things much easier.