Grassroots Second Amendment activists like this group rallying on the capitol steps in Olympia, Wash., can participate in a virtual summit on ZOOM, sponsored by two national gun rights organizations. (Dave Workman)
Grassroots gun rights activists are already signing up for one of three Free “activism summits” planned for the evenings of May 26, 27 and 28, and nobody needs to travel anywhere to participate, because the program is coming to your home via Zoom.
The program will be hosted on Zoom by the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and its sister organization, the Second Amendment Foundation. There is no cost to participate, both organizations assured.
All one needs to do is pre-register for one of the hour-long sessions. Nearly 600 people have already signed up, and since this is a virtual event, there is room for more, according to SAF founder and CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb.
“We’re encouraging all Second Amendment activists to sign up, participate and learn new strategies to help us win in the months and years ahead, and make the Second Amendment great again,” Gottlieb said.
Appropriately, the summit title is “Grassroots Activism in the COVID Environment,”
Each program will feature Gottlieb, his son, Andrew, who is SAF Director of Outreach, and grassroots expert Glen Caroline, who recently came on board as the CCRKBA-SAF as Director of External Affairs.
He told Liberty Park Press via telephone that he will be broadcasting from his home in Virginia. The Gottliebs will be speaking from Washington State.
Caroline came to CCRKBA and SAF after spending 29 years with the National Rifle Association. He was NRA’s Managing Director of Grassroots Programs & Campaign Field Operations, and is widely considered to be an expert in the field of grassroots organizing and activism.
Caroline said each evening program will cover the same material, but each will be live webinars. They are scheduled on successive nights at 7 p.m. in the Eastern, Central and Pacific time zones.
However, participants do not necessarily have to pre-register for the session scheduled in their time zone, he explained.
To register for the Tuesday, May 26 evening program, Click Here.
To register for the Wednesday, May 27 evening program, Click Here.
To register for the Thursday, May 28 evening program, Click Here.
“Pre-registration for this Zoom event has exceeded my expectations,” Gottlieb said, “and that’s exciting.”
Gottlieb got one message via Facebook in which the correspondent said he couldn’t attend because the session was too far away.
“Only as far away as your living room or the dining room table,” said one CCRKBA staffer.