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Philip Smith is the president and founder of the National African American Gun Association. Since its creation in 2015, the group has seen rapid growth with roughly 30,000 members and 75 chapters nationwide. Lynsey Weatherspoon for NPR hide caption

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With A Growing Membership Since Trump, Black Gun Group Considers Getting Political

The African American Gun Association is at a crossroads, trying to decide whether to stay a community-oriented organization or get into the political fray.

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Philip Smith is the president and founder of the National African American Gun Association. Since its creation in 2015, the group has seen rapid growth with roughly 30,000 members and 75 chapters nationwide. Lynsey Weatherspoon for NPR hide caption

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With A Growing Membership Since Trump, Black Gun Group Considers Getting Political

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