The National African-American Gun Association to host the first African-American Firearm Convention in U.S. history. The 3-day Inaugural Convention will be August 20 – 22, 2021 in Atlanta, GA.
ATLANTA, GA, Black PR Wire (January 1, 2021) – The Inaugural National African-American Gun Association (NAAGA) to host the first African-American Firearm Convention in U.S. History. The NAAGA Convention will be over a three-day period, Friday through Sunday, August 20 – 22, 2021, in Atlanta, GA at the Georgia International Convention Center.
Each day will focus on facets of Black American gun ownership. It will be a celebration of our origin, our status, and our views for the future including culture, education, and entertainment
Topics covered will include Firearms etiquette, training, products, Gun culture, education, safety, and the Politics of Firearms in the Black Community. (www.NAAGA.org)
The National African American Gun Association is a firearm association aimed at aiding the
education and promotion of gun ownership to all Black Americans. Philip Smith is the National
President and Founder. The organization centers its education, concerns and training around
the Black community. People of all religious, social, and racial perspectives are welcomed to
join. The 2021 theme is “We Are Family” as we bring together attendees representing our
30,000+ membership community.
“The backbone of the National African American Gun Association are blue-collar folks who
believe in our organization,” says Philip Smith. “Do we have movie stars and professionals as
members, NBA, and NFL players? Yes! But average working persons are our typical members;
we are here for our community.”
The schedule of the inaugural 3-day Convention will include:
• Meet and Greet National Shooting Competition, Friday, August 20 at Stoddard’s Gun Range. Up to 50 conference participants will compete for national bragging rights.
• Convention Opening Ceremony, Saturday, August 21, Georgia International Convention Center. The Traditional Black Arms presentation, a plethora of entertainment and education sessions throughout the day. Keynote speakers Philip Smith sdfsdfds; Nicholas Johnson, author and professor; Akinyele Umoj, educator, activist and author; Tiffany Johnson, attorney and firearm trainer; and Charles Cobb, Jr., organizer, agitator and writer. firearms, and educational sessions.
• Recognition of Nationwide Chapters, Sunday, August 22. Key topics will range from managing the business and finance of chapters to membership recruitment methods, policies and procedures, community engagement and on the NAAGA National Emergency Support Team (NEST), a growing connected self-sufficient community.
ABOUT: The National African American Gun Association is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit association headquartered in Griffin Georgia. Since the start of the organization in 2015, there are over
30,000+ members and 125 chapters nationwide. On average, 1,000 new members join each month. It is – by far – the largest Black Gun association in America with over 60% of the members being African-American women.
Members of the National African-American Gun Association are family, belonging to a long legacy of African-Americans that came before you and made the ultimate sacrifice for you. NAAGA prides itself on being a pro-active organization with a familial like culture. Education and safety are at the core of the organization and all members are encouraged to continuously learn, practice and enhance their knowledge of the industry. In conjunction with regular training, members improve muscle-memory of how to properly carry and use a gun. It also teaches firearm history as it relates to African-Americans. For more information visit NAAGA.co