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America, Friday, and Guns: SO HOW ABOUT EVERY BLACH MAN IN AMERICA GOES OUT TOMORROW AND BUYS AND AR-15 ASSAULT WEAPON. THEY'LL BE BANNED BY FRIDAY WORD!! TRUTH πŸ’― Repost @kendrick38: On the anniversary of the death of the Revolutionary MalcolmX, I figured I’d give a little radical proposal. πŸ€“πŸ˜βœŠπŸ½πŸ–€ It wouldn’t be the first time. BlackHistoryMonth Lesson: β€œThe Mulford Act was a 1967 California bill that repealed a law allowing public carrying of loaded firearms. Named after Republican assemblyman Don Mulford, the bill was crafted in response to members of the BlackPanther Party who were conducting armed patrols of Oakland neighborhoods while they were conducting what would later be termed copwatching.[1] They garnered national attention after the Black Panthers marched bearing arms upon the California State Capitol to protest the bill. AB-1591 was authored by Don Mulford (R) from Oakland, John T. Knox (D) from Richmond, Walter J. Karabian (D) from Monterey Park, Alan Sieroty (D) from Los Angeles, and William M. Ketchum (R) from Bakersfield,[5] it passed both Assembly (controlled by Democrats 42:38) and Senate (split 20:20) and was signed by Governor Ronald Reagan on July 28. The law banned the carrying of loaded weapons in public. [6] Both Republicans and Democrats in California supported increased gun control. Governor Ronald Reagan was present when the protesters arrived and later commented that he saw "no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons" and that guns were a "ridiculous way to solve problems that have to be solved among people of good will." β€œ BlackPanther GunControl Bipartisan GunReformNow
America, Friday, and Guns: SO HOW ABOUT EVERY BLACH
 MAN IN AMERICA GOES OUT
 TOMORROW AND BUYS AND AR-15
 ASSAULT WEAPON. THEY'LL BE
 BANNED BY FRIDAY
WORD!! TRUTH πŸ’― Repost @kendrick38: On the anniversary of the death of the Revolutionary MalcolmX, I figured I’d give a little radical proposal. πŸ€“πŸ˜βœŠπŸ½πŸ–€ It wouldn’t be the first time. BlackHistoryMonth Lesson: β€œThe Mulford Act was a 1967 California bill that repealed a law allowing public carrying of loaded firearms. Named after Republican assemblyman Don Mulford, the bill was crafted in response to members of the BlackPanther Party who were conducting armed patrols of Oakland neighborhoods while they were conducting what would later be termed copwatching.[1] They garnered national attention after the Black Panthers marched bearing arms upon the California State Capitol to protest the bill. AB-1591 was authored by Don Mulford (R) from Oakland, John T. Knox (D) from Richmond, Walter J. Karabian (D) from Monterey Park, Alan Sieroty (D) from Los Angeles, and William M. Ketchum (R) from Bakersfield,[5] it passed both Assembly (controlled by Democrats 42:38) and Senate (split 20:20) and was signed by Governor Ronald Reagan on July 28. The law banned the carrying of loaded weapons in public. [6] Both Republicans and Democrats in California supported increased gun control. Governor Ronald Reagan was present when the protesters arrived and later commented that he saw "no reason why on the street today a citizen should be carrying loaded weapons" and that guns were a "ridiculous way to solve problems that have to be solved among people of good will." β€œ BlackPanther GunControl Bipartisan GunReformNow

WORD!! TRUTH πŸ’― Repost @kendrick38: On the anniversary of the death of the Revolutionary MalcolmX, I figured I’d give a little radical propos...