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Friday, February 22, 2013

Star Parker: Blacks Who Back Gun Control Need to Study History of Slavery and Jim Crow

By Rick Pearcey • February 22, 2013, 07:34 PM

Penny Starr reports at CNSNews.com:

At a Friday event billed as a Black History Month press conference, Star Parker said African Americans in Congress who support gun control efforts by President Barack Obama and his administration should consider the history of blacks in this country and people around the globe who were oppressed, including being banned from owning firearms.

"Parker said her organization held the event to allow black leaders 'to express our deep concern of efforts currently under way to limit our God-given and constitutional right of self-defense'," reports CNSNews.com.

"The gun control laws that banned or put restrictions on African Americans from owning firearms in the United States are documented on a timeline from 1640 to 1995 by the National Rifle Association’s Institute of Legislative Action and can be found here," reports CNSNews.com.

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