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nnnnn african americans historically have been in favor of gun control that attitudes are changing in recent years a growing minority of african americans is embracing gun rights instead , reuters correspondent to room is as easy we are seeing a lot more ok groups popping up for african americans who are interested in guns you have people who are signing up for training sessions together but it's just groups of african americans doing that and you also have , a community's popping up online you have instagram , he spoke groups or people can just go online and talk about this a lot of , different forums african americans they call you know are have been reluctant to openly express their interest in guns , but now the thirty one year old attorney who is a youtube commentator for the n. r. a. is speaking up on the mainstream image of black gun ownership , or your race is something simply being black and having a gun makes me more prone to violence , this race baiting rhetoric is a disgusting attempt to take advantage of certain sensitivities family community also feel the need to own guns as protection in the wake of the massacre at a black church in south carolina and in a climate of distrust , african americans and the police people think you know you call the police if you live in a certain neighborhood they might not come at all or become you can be accused of committing a crime you haven't committed or bill show up really late official , so people want to go , while the recent pew research poll found the number of tax prioritizing gun rights has nearly doubled in a generation , the vast majority of african americans are not in favor of private gun ownership arguing the more guns only