our children and guns

The Survival Sisters

This Survival Sisters goal is to motivate and encourage youth to enjoy the great outdoors. The sisters help to educate the community with their outdoor knowledge about survival through their experiences in nature. They teach the youth an abundance of survival techniques and strategies. In addition they motivate, stimulate, and create a positive self-image for youth using the great outdoors as a backdrop 


Visit their Page on Facebook: Follow this link:

 https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Youth-Organization/The-Survival-Sisters-2119499901402901/ 

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black women and guns

Marchelle “Tig” Washington

My name is Marchelle “Tig” Washington, owner of  My Sister’s Keeper Defense Instruction.

I started this firearm instruction company in 2016 because I noticed a lack of representation in the gun community. I would see women coming into the range where I worked and feel extremely uncomfortable while their significant other attempted to teach them about firearms. Sometimes it’s hard to believe you can do something until you see someone who looks like you in that position.

My firearms background stems from the military. I was in the Army National Guard for seven years and became a pistol instructor when I left the military in the summer of 2016. I fell in love with shooting while working at a local Atlanta gun range. I’ve learned a lot about firearms in the last few years but I would never consider myself an expert. I’ve always been a student first.


As a domestic abuse and sexual assault survivor, I think it’s important that women feel like they’re in control of their safety. I’m just here to empower women and make sure that no one else becomes a victim.   ( https://www.triggerhappypanda.com/ )


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black women and guns

Samantha Sorillo

 Meet the US woman who is backing African-American gun clubs. Samantha Sorillo is vice president of Miami's Black Arms Gun Club. The club says it welcomes people from any background as long as they support the group's goals and agenda.

 She owns four firearms — 3 handguns and an AR-15 assault rifle. The BBC recently caught up with Sorrillo at a gun range in Florida and talked to her about what the motivation behind the uptick in gun ownership among African Americans, and particularly women, is. Sorillo also showed off some of her skills with the AR-15 on camera. 


 https://www.facebook.com/pg/BlackArmsGunClub/photos/?ref=page_internal 

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