In Detroit, One Black Woman Is Helping Others Turn To Second Amendment for Self Defense

“I don’t have my own personal police force around me 24/7,” Moner said. “It is my duty and obligation to take care of my own personal protection. They’re gonna come after the fact if I’m lucky. But who is there in that moment? I’ve been in that moment on more than one occasion. There’s nobody there but me.”

Judging by the tight grouping show in the photo above, Moner is doing a fine job with her instruction.

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