Second Amendment Institute wrote -
Every year we see more and more crime on college campuses. Universities boast about how much they “care about their students” and how safe their campus is. In reality, campuses are not safe. Every day there are assaults, robberies, rapes and in some cases, murder, on college campus across the country. What are the responses of these Universities, nothing but empty words. Universities will send out email and text alerts warning students that there is an active shooter on campus, or a robbery at a specific location. The Universities expect the students to be safe, but they strip students of self-defense by implementing harmful university policies. SAI has launched its new project, Students for Self-Defense. With this project, SAI is recruiting students and starting chapters on campus to bring students together, so that they can address and change these harmful university policies. The big fight against universities right now is pepper spray bans. Majority of the chapters of Students for Self-Defense are addressing pepper spray bans on campus. Majority of universities either completely ban or heavily restrict pepper spray on campus. How can these universities expect their students to be safe when they are not allowed to defend themselves? This is why we are asking for your donation. Think about the students, the pain they go through when there is a tragedy on campus. Help stop these rapes, robberies, assaults, and murders, by donating so that students can come together, address campus policy, and change it.
Your donation will go to starting new chapters, funding current chapters, and equipping college students with the tools they need to change campus policy.
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