What better way to end this off, than with living, breathing Black History ????????
When Rhonda Ezell realized she’d have to travel 50 miles from her home on the Southside of Chicago, to be able to legally protect herself, she took her fight to court in 2011.
Even after winning, Chicago hasn’t stopped at changing rules or infringing on law abiding citizens that want to protect themselves. Today, she works with her organization Chicago Guns Matter educating the community on their rights.
She’s on Twitter @ ms_ezell if you want to show her love or follow the work she’s doing.
28 Days of Black History GUN Facts
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