The National African American Gun Association will host the first African American Firearm Convention in U.S. history. The Inaugural Convention takes place August 20 – 22, 2021 in Atlanta.
The Convention program will focus on topics including Firearms etiquette, training, products, Gun culture, education, safety and the Politics of Firearms in the Black Community. To cover the breadth of this historic event, the Conference will be held at the Georgia International Convention Center, over a three-day period. Each day will focus on different facets of Black American gun ownership. It will be a celebration of our Origin, our Status, and our view towards the future. The National African American Gun Association is a firearm association aimed in aiding the education and promotion of gun ownership to all Black Americans. Philip Smith is the National President and Founder. The organization centers its education, concerns and training around the Black community. People of all religious, social, and racial perspectives are welcomed to join. The 2021 theme is “We Are Family” as we bring together attendees representing our 30,000+ membership community. “The backbone of the National African American Gun Association are blue collar folks who believe in our organization,” says Philip Smith. “Do we have movie stars and professionals as members, NBA, and NFL players? Yes! But the average working person is our typical member; we are here for our community.” [full article]