Black Gun Owners To Do An Open Carry Walk in Oklahoma City

by AmericasKeepersAdmin on June 20, 2020

A black pro second amendment group is planning a march in Oklahoma called 1,000 brothers and sisters in arms to bring awareness to the fact that the constitutional rights’ of Black American citizens to carry firearms is often disrespected in the United States.

A pro second amendment walk is planned on Saturday beginning at the Ralph Ellison Memorial Library with hundreds of black citizens carrying firearms to demonstrate their second amendment right. The walk is anticipated to be peaceful.

Omar Chatman has organized the walk and he anticipates about 200-300 people will show up.

“As an African American, it’s important to send a message to the governor and president that we aren’t going to allow people to come into our communities and brutalize us. That goes for corrupt police officers, white supremacists and criminals. Criminals have no color. It doesn’t matter if you are a Black man, white man, Asian or Hispanic.”
– Omar Chatman

The group that is walking is also demanding that four issues be addressed.

They want the death of  C.J. Pettit Jr who was killed by a police officer to be reopened by the district attorney.

They want laws enacted that would hold police officers accountable for any time they are at fault during police activity.

They want officers to carry their own liability insurance and they want the International World Court to look into the United States for human rights violations among the black community.

“This is for the betterment of mankind. We are saying that we should have the right to wear our weapon on our shoulder and the Second Amendment is the way to do that. We have a right to protect ourselves because we are tired of this crap and the United States promoting the killing of African Americans.”
– Michael Washington, walk organizer

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