Tag: podcast

When Racist Bombed a Church [Podcast 537]

The Podcast look at history takes us to 9-15-1963 to the 16th Baptist Church where terrorist killed four little girls.  Domestic terrorism is not new.  Racism is not new.  BUT we have to be able to discern the difference between enemies and allies.  Don’t get lost in the fight.  It’s not about black or white, […]

Five Things Nobody Ever Told You About Willie Lynch [Podcast 536]

Five things and more that nobody has ever told you about Willie Lynch Syndrome, Michael J. Woodland on Black Women in the Shooting Sports, remembering 9/11, unboxing the AirForce airgun Condor SS, first thoughts as an urban thing, Shout out from Maj Toure, and a prayer. The first time I heard the word “conscious” was […]

[Podcast 535] You Survived a Solar Eclipse

Welcome to a new episode of black man with a gun show podcast, this week in addition to having a solar eclipse, I’m still trying to get on the schedules of some of the leaders of the gun community to share what they are doing with you.     http://NAAGA.co president and founder Phil Smith […]

Podcast 534 – Where There is Unity , There is Strength

After a three week break, the podcast returned with some new features and a mission.  The Black Man With A Gun Podcast which will celebrate its tenth year this December, has evolved to highlight the accomplishments and events of a growing segment of the gun community, African Americans. The host recognized the energy, enthusiasm and […]

How Does A Black Man Not Get Shot By The Police [Podcast 528]

Mature audience warning. When I started this blog in 1999 it was cutting edge. I took some risk. I have failed more often than succeeded. I was once considered controversial, and radical, even revolutionary. Don’t think those adjectives apply now. Today I am older guy true to myself, comfortable in my understanding of people, and […]

The Story of Dr. Ossian Sweet [podcast 526]

Michael J. Woodland starts a new series on the AR rifle platform.  Marchelle “Tig” Tigner  shares information on traveling with a firearm and Kenn gives a deep dive into the history of Dr. Ossian Sweet along with some personal commentary.  thank you for listening, downloading and sharing this episode.   Armed Citizen News Mother kills […]

How Rick Ector Trained Almost 600 Women in One Day [Podcast 525]

On Sunday, May 21, Rick Ector, NRA training counselor, firearm instructor, gun rights activist and founder of  Legally Armed in Detroit (LAID) organized an event that trained nearly 600 women how to safely operate a semi-automatic pistol. In this episode he shares the details on how he successfully did it. He didn’t do it alone. Its all about relationships. […]

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